Launched by the Sisters of the Immaculate Conception in Jersey, Beaulieu Convent School first opened its doors on 15th January 1951 with 56 students aged 5-11. The School now cares for over 800 girls aged 3-19 on one site and this includes a Pre-School provision. Over the past years Beaulieu has continued to thrive and the special relationship we share with present and past students and parents is very dear to us as a family and a Catholic school.
Beaulieu is a leading independent school committed to offering a well-rounded, enriching and diverse Catholic education for our students on one single site, with collaborative options post-16. Academically inclusive, Beaulieu provides a friendly, supportive and caring community, while at the same time achieving outstanding examination results. Beaulieu is proud of its history, its achievements and, most importantly, its students.
Beaulieu offers a very special blend of excellence in pastoral and academic development. Beaulieu girls are interested in more than worldly success. The overlap between the religious tradition established here by the Sisters of the Immaculate Conception and the School gives an education that goes beyond all academic and other achievements. A Beaulieu education provides girls with a spiritual compass for life. The moral principles that girls develop here act as spiritual bearings to guide them through adult life in an increasingly secular world filled with moral confusion.
Beaulieu is committed to nurturing talents, aspirations and dreams and our students leave us as confident, articulate and compassionate individuals with a hunger for learning and a passion for life.