Alton Convent School
|Motto||Be The Best That You Can Be|
|Type||Independent day school|
|Headmaster||Mr Graham Maher|
|Chairman of Governors||Mr C Hexton|
|Founder||Sister Madeleine de Jesu - Convent of Our Lady of Providence|
|DfE URN||116537 Tables|
Girls to 18
Alton Convent School is an independent Catholic day school on the outskirts of Alton, Hampshire. It has approximately 450  pupils of all faiths. Situated on a 19-acre (77,000 m2) campus, it educates children from 2 to 11 and girls aged 11 to 18.
Alton Convent School was established in 1938 by the Sisters of Our Lady of Providence. Since then it has been located in the Anstey Manor House in Alton, Hampshire. The current school comprises The Garden House Day Nursery for children aged six months to 3, a prep school (3-11), senior school (11-16) and (sixth form).
Senior School subjects are divided into Core, Additional and Extended which allows pupils to learn at their own paces. Girls take ten GCSE subjects and may choose from a variety of electives including separate sciences, law, photography, geography, history, art and drama.
- Official school website
- Profile on the ISC website
- Stats page on BBC
- Garden House nursery Ofsted Reports
- ISI Inspection Reports