Opened in 1833, King William’s College is set in a stunning coastal location on the Isle of Man, situated on the edge of Castletown Bay. It is vibrant, friendly and fun, and is a unique school in a very special environment. The Isle of Man is a healthy and safe location for young people to grow up in with a very low crime rate.

The College is one of the best and most established International Baccalaureate schools in the British Isles and academic excellence lies at our heart. Our highly qualified and enthusiastic staff, combined with small class sizes, ensure all pupils are given the individual support they need to succeed. Our academic results are consistently strong and our students go to top universities in the UK, Europe and the US.

The boarding community represents around 25% of the student population. Our boarders come from all over the world and they foster friendships which will last a lifetime. All pupils develop a love of learning, fulfil their academic potential and become confident, articulate and responsible young people who will serve with creativity, insight and tolerance in the international communities in which they find themselves as adults.

An education begins in the classroom, but does not end there. Our aim is to offer an excellent programme of sport, drama and music and a broad range of extra-curricular activities. There are a wide range of extracurricular sports clubs at lunchtime and after-school including, athletics, basketball, rugby sevens, table tennis and swimming to name a few. Music thrives at King William’s College and plays a key part in school life. We strive for excellence in all aspects of Music and actively encourage creativity of expression. Children can learn and perform on a variety of instruments both individually and with others and are able to sing in choirs, groups and with the school staff.


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