Hillingdon campus

Hillingdon campus history

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ACS Hillingdon students play football on grass pitch

In 1978, ACS founded its Middlesex campus, which had once been a girls school called the Hillingdon Court School. ACS Hillingdon opened with 101 Kindergarten to 8th Grade students, with the High School added a year later.

Today, ACS Hillingdon enrols over 550 students aged 4 to 18, and although the school has increased in size, its warm community spirit has remained. ACS Hillingdon is a school that strongly values partnerships between parents, teachers and students. The campus has seen significant investment over the years, reflecting our commitment to providing a full and future-focused education with cutting edge facilities for teaching and learning.

 

High School students work in white coats in the ACS Hillingdon science labs

Science Centre

A cutting-edge £10 million Science Centre was completed in 2017. It incorporates seven state-of-the-art laboratories, and a designated micro-biology unit. This latest investment is designed to enhance student and teacher collaboration in science learning, and encourage students to explore the realms of scientific research.

High school student plays the flute

Harmony House

Another notable development to the facilities at ACS Hillingdon is the addition of Harmony House - a centre for international music which houses a digital recording studio, rehearsal rooms, practice studios and a computer lab for music technology.