Wycombe Abbey was founded on the day of Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee, 23rd September 1896, by Miss Frances Dove,
later Dame Frances, an educational trailblazer who promoted equal opportunities for girls in the Victorian age. Since then,
Wycombe Abbey has become one of the leading independent boarding schools in the United Kingdom, consistently ranked number
one for academic results at A-Level. The school prides itself on providing a learning environment where intellectual curiosity
The school's reputation for academic rigour is well-established and results are consistently outstanding. The ethos is rooted
in a simple principle that a holistic education, which incorporates a diverse co-curricular programme, will foster the skills
required to succeed, including creativity, emotional intelligence, teamwork and leadership.