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Hurstpierpoint, UK
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Estimated Revenue & Financials

  • Hurstpierpoint College's estimated annual revenue is currently $37.4M per year.(?)
  • Hurstpierpoint College's estimated revenue per employee is $180,000

Employee Data

  • Hurstpierpoint College has 208 Employees.(?)
  • Hurstpierpoint College grew their employee count by 13% last year.
  • Hurstpierpoint College currently has 1 job openings.

Hurstpierpoint College is one of the country's leading HMC co-education schools and has a reputation for offering an excellent all-round education with a strong academic core for every child. The College comprises a Senior school, Sixth Form, Preparatory, and Pre Prep with just over 1,100 pupils in all. Over half the pupils in the Senior School are boarders (weekly or flexi). What particularly strikes visitors to the school is our vibrant, dynamic community. Situated within a 140 acre campus, surrounded by beautiful countryside, Hurst lies on the border of the South Downs National Park, close to the village of Hurstpierpoint in West Sussex. This superb location is also just 20 minutes from the city and beaches of Brighton and Hove, whilst London train stations can be reached from Hassocks or Haywards Heath in under an hour. Hurst has an excellent academic track record and the vast majority of pupils go on to Russell Group universities including Oxford, Cambridge, the various London Universities, as well as large numbers to Exeter, Bristol and Durham. At the heart of the College, is a central Academic Quad, adjacent to the key cultural and sporting facilities available within the superbly equipped, self-contained grounds. We are ambitious for our pupils to achieve the best that they can in all that they do and we recognise and encourage both engagement and achievement. Recent investments in major developments include the completion of the new Academic Quad, a major extension to both the Science Block and St John's Upper Sixth Hall of Residence as well as a third Astroturf and Multi-Use Games Area on the western side of the campus. The new library complex opened in the Summer of 2014 and the Science, DT and Drama extension block in 2015. Our newest girls day house opened in September 2017, whilst two boys houses were extended and refurbished. The Performing Arts Centre will open in 2018.