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Rochester Independent College

Rochester Independent College
Established 1984
Religion None
Headteacher Brian Pain, Pauline Bailey, Alistair Brownlow
Location Star Hill
Rochester
Kent
ME1 1XF
England
Staff 90
Students 280
Gender Co Educational
Ages 11–19
Website .org.rochester-collegewww

Rochester Independent College (RIC) is a United Kingdom independent school in Rochester, Medway. It was established in 1984.

Accreditation

Rochester Independent College is affiliated to the Independent Schools Council (ISC) and a member of the Independent Schools Association (ISA)

References

External links

  • Rochester Independent College website
  • Alternative Education High School
  • Boarding School Fee Comparison From The Observer Magazine.
  • Full Ofsted Inspection Report.
  • Liz Lightfoot Feature Article from The Independent
  • Good Schools Guide Review 2014
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