About us

We equip our children with the competence to master academic rigour, the confidence to live a life of value and self-worth in the world and the compassion to make a difference to the lives of others.

HCS Student Views

At HCS we strive to create an inclusive and warm environment, where everyone is welcome.

HCS Location

Our school is easily accessible by road and we operates an extensive home-school transport system which covers much of Hampshire, Wiltshire and the New Forest.

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Hampshire Collegiate School

HCS News

Find out more about our latest news and events. 

Senior School

GCSE Drama watch A Curious Incident at West End theatre

This week, 40 students in Years 9, 10 and 11 travelled to London to watch a performance of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time at the Piccadilly Theatre.

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Prep School

Star performances at Prep School Nativity

Over recent weeks our youngest Prep pupils have been busy preparing for ‘Baubles’, this year’s Christmas Nativity, which was performed to older pupils and families this week. 

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Pupil Wellbeing

Understanding and coping with stress

With mock exams around the corner for our Years 11 and 13s, and the real things feeling more real than ever, our Head of Sixth Form talks about the importance of recognising stress in our children and what we can do to help them cope with it.

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Prep School

Prep School investors take on the City

A unique, and exciting new initiative is underway at our Prep School with the launch of a Stock Market Investment Club. Pupils have access to live London Stock Exchange data and guiding the enthusiastic young investors through the complexities of investing in stocks and shares is financial expert Mr Simon Brooks.

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Prep School

Festive Celebrations in the Prep School

The Lewis Hall was the setting for our Prep School Christmas lunch this week. Table decorations, Christmas music and crackers to pull, all made for a wonderful festive gathering.

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Senior School

U16s play tight game in County-cup semi final

On Wednesday, our boys’ U16 Rugby team played King Edwards School (KES) in the County-cup semi-final. It was a game played in very wet and very muddy conditions, but a match that both teams fought very hard to try and secure victory.

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