The College enjoys an unparallelled location. Its home is in a magnificent former Benedictine monastery set in two hundred acres of leafy Warwickshire parkland at Princethorpe, which is about seven miles from Leamington Spa, Rugby and Coventry.
The buildings have been extended and up-dated to provide twenty-first century facilities including a superb library, ICT resources, theatre and a photographic suite. On the sporting front the Sports Centre, with its Fitness Suite and new climbing wall, together with the floodlit Astroturf and extensive playing fields cater for the demands of the College’s busy sporting calendar.
The new Sixth Form Centre built around a stunning atrium, provides classrooms, a lecture theatre, common room, and a dedicated Sixth Form dining room and coffee bar.
A ten-year capital expenditure building programme has been unveiled to equip the school a new classroom block, a state-of-the-art Technology Centre, additional sports pitches, a new theatre and more science laboratories.
Work was completed in August 2014 on the new £4.65 million classroom block on the side of the existing Sports Centre. The Limes as the new wing is called provides 14 extra classrooms for English and Modern Foreign Languages, tutorial rooms and two new ICT suites.