基本資料 | Information
There has been a school on the current site at Bridge of Allan since 1919, when the Beacon School for Girls was established. In the same year, Hurst Grange, a boys' school in Stirling, opened and the two schools merged to form Beaconhurst Grange in 1976. This ran as a boarding prep school until the decision was taken in the early 90s to develop an all-through day school providing high quality education to pupils from three to eighteen years of age.
With this came the vision to redevelop the school site to accommodate Junior Start, Junior School and Senior School. Our compact campus now provides all the facilities expected in a modern, dynamic school community.
Beaconhurst has forged an identity of delivering a personal, flexible educational experience by offering an integrated curriculum from three to eighteen, in which focus on the individual is paramount.
Learning should be fun, challenging and above all engaging – features that Beaconhurst pupils embrace every day. A school should be a community in which everyone is listened to, provided for and nurtured to achieve their potential – reasons why parents choose Beaconhurst for their children.