Why Bromley High?

Bromley High School, part of the Girls Day School Trust (GDST), is a school where enthusiasm, ability and future ambitions count.

At Bromley High School, we provide an inspirational and enabling learning environment that is recognised not only through the top-tier, year-on-year GCSE and A Level examination results we achieve but also through the Awards we win.  

This year we are very proud to have won two 2018 Education in Business Awards: The Outstanding Progress Award (Independent School) and the STEM Award and more impressively, our Year 10 girls' innovative idea for echo-locating earrings (which would enable blind people to locate their position within a room) was awarded the UK Teen Tech Wearable Technology Award 2018.

Alongside this, our Head Girl won the History Association's Vote 100 National Debating Competition, more than a dozen of our Sixth Formers achieved Duke of Edinburgh Gold Awards this year and we had great success at both the British Swimming Championships, winning Silver in the 14/16 yrs 400m Freestyle relay and Gold for one of our girls in the England Summer Swimming Meet in the 16 yrs 100m Freestyle.

One Sixth Former, who has just become the Dutch National 3m Springboard Diving Champion, is taking up a Sports Scholarship at Yale University, joining our former Deputy Head Girl who is captain of Princeton's Hockey Team.

These achievements are just a few varied examples of what really sets Bromley High School and our girls apart but help to demonstrate our dedication to:

- Combining social worth with creativity

- Providing the best provision for STEM subjects in the UK

- Being the only all girls' All-Steinway School in the world

- Achievement for all our girls in PE & Sport

 - Forward-thinking pastoral care, including the introduction of our new pastoral puppy Maya who joins us from September 2018

- Building community and outreach partnerships

In a green and leafy environment with space to grow and have fun, our girls make rapid progress academically and socially. They are happy to express intellectual enthusiasm; free to pursue their interests without regard to boys’ subjects or girls’ subjects and confident to take the lead in the multitude of activities we offer.