The village of Wentworth Estate (in Virginia Water, Surrey) is one of the most exclusive residential areas in the world. It's home to millionaires as well as one of the world-renowned golf courses that shares its name: the Wentworth Golf Club.
With such exclusive residents of the Wentworth estate or the remaining areas of Virginia Water, there are plenty of private schools in the area. Here are some of the good private schools nearby:
Papplewick is a preparatory school for 200 boys aged 6 to 13 years old. By setting the bar high, Papplewick's boys have access to the best high schools in the UK, including Eton, Harrow, Winchester, Wellington, Charterhouse and Stowe.
St Mary's Schools is a leading Catholic boarding school for girls ages 11 to 18, located in the heart of a beautiful 10-hectare park in the heart of Berkshire. It is a friendly, stable and caring community, proud of our academic and extracurricular achievements and dedicated to enhancing the potential of each of our 380 students.
Gordons School Inspired as one of the best British schools by Her Majesty's Chief Inspector, Gordon's is a unique non-selective state boarding school that recognizes that a good Education is not only about exceptional exam results, but also a thorough preparation for life. Gordons is one of the most successful public schools in the UK.
Heathfield is a leading boarding school for girls aged 11 to 18 years old. The school is situated on a magnificent 13-hectare site and enjoys a convenient location in Ascot. The school is fully equipped with all the educational, sports and leisure facilities necessary to make education a stimulating and positive experience.
The Marist The creation of a boarding school and day school in Sunninghill village in Berkshire by the Marist Sisters is a direct result of the German air offensive against London in the early 1940s. Marist schools are independent Catholic schools for girls ages 2½ to 11 and 11 to 18 years old. Both schools are located on a single site in woods over 18 hectares.
Grove Hall The school occupies a unique site, with many open spaces, parks and woods. The school started with only 6 students. The property was in an almost abandoned state and had been empty for more than two years. Today, it is a vibrant and happy community of more than 400 boys and girls who enjoy an outstanding reputation for academic, musical and athletic success.
Coworth Flexlands is a school day and nursery preparatory set in a 12-hectare campaign on the border between Surrey and Berkshire, near Chobham. They provide places for 160 girls, boys being accepted in the nursery between 3 and 5 years.