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Eastbourne College is a community with excellence at its core, and a clear focus on health, happiness and a holistic education.

An Educational Community

Time and again, visitors to the College comment on what a friendly, open and warm place it is. This atmosphere shapes our behaviour and attitudes.

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Unique Location

Just as the College’s location offers a balance of sea and rolling hills, bustling town and open country, we challenge and support our pupils. We focus on high academic achievement supplemented by an unparalleled range of co-curricular activities. The breadth of experience we provide develops integrity, kindness and a resilience that pupils will draw on for the rest of their lives.

The College Character

Superb pastoral care

The house system is the backbone of school life at Eastbourne College. It’s where the day begins and ends, and where pupils ‘come home’ throughout the day and where lifelong friendships are fostered. Boarders and day pupils enjoy a stimulating and safe environment allowing them to develop personally and a group under the expert guidance of a housemaster or housemistress.

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Our beautiful seaside town was the perfect backdrop for last Saturday’s Triathlon. Huge congratulations to Upper Sixth pupil and GB triathlete, Noah Canby who took first place in the podium for the overall sprint triathlon in the under 40 category, being the only participant to complete the whole sprint triathlon in under an hour. Alex Field and Freddie Dunkley also took admirable positions in the under 40 sprint triathlon. Congratulations as well to Old Eastbournian Luke Howard who came second overall in the Olympic Triathlon. The College staff relay team also hit the podium in the third place. It was an absolute pleasure to be the official sponsors of the Eastbourne Triathlon, and it was fantastic to have pupils, ex-pupils, staff, ex-staff and parents all involved in some way. Read more:

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