|Type||Independent day school|
|Location||28 Abercorn Place
Abercorn's youngest pupils (2½ – 6½ years) are housed in a Grade II listed mansion, the home of the Victorian landscape artist, John O'Connor who used the school hall as his private studio.
The Middle School (7½ – 9½ years) is in the Grade II listed premises of the former St Marylebone Grammar School. Built in 1856, it has wood panels, arched doorways and stained glass windows. The school located near numerous cultural attractions such as museums, art galleries and theatres, including the Open Air Theatre and Regent's Park.
Abercorn uses the National Curriculum as a basis for teaching. Independent secondary schools which pupils typically move on to include St Paul's School, Westminster School, City of London School for Boys and North London Collegiate.
French is taught from Nursery level and Latin is introduced from Year 5. The swimming teams regularly compete in National Championships and have won the ISA North London Schools Swimming Championship for the last five years.
- Abercorn School
- British International School of New York
- Abercorn International School
- Profile on the Independent Schools Council website