|Motto||Honor praemium virtutis
(Honour is the reward of virtue)
|Type||Preparatory day and boarding school|
Perth and Kinross
|Local authority||Perth and Kinross|
|Former pupils||Old Ardvreckians|
When W E Frost founded Ardvreck as a Preparatory School in 1883, he did so with the intention of teaching all of his pupils 'patience, justice, obedience and unselfishness'.
Most of the classrooms have been built since 1983.
Senior school destinations have included Fettes College, Gordonstoun, Lomond School, Loretto School, Eton College, Harrow School, Uppingham School, Oundle School, Sherborne School, Ampleforth College, Rugby School, Stowe School, Marlborough College, Millfield, Bryanston School, Merchiston Castle School, Sedbergh School and Strathallan School. However more pupils go to nearby Glenalmond College than any other senior school.
The junior boarders aged 8–11 live in Junior House. In their last two years, the boys live in MacLellan House whilst the girls live in Erskine.
- Jonathan Hammond, British sport shooter and Commonwealth Games gold medalist
- James Provan, farmer and businessman
- Ardvreck School
- Ardvreck School's page on Scottish Schools Online
- Profile on the Independent Schools Council website
- Profile on the Good Schools Guide