a place to call home
At Windsor High School, new, modern residence halls provide learners with furnished dorm-style rooms with beds, desks and wardrobes. With Wi-Fi throughout the residence halls, learners can study in their rooms or socialise in the common areas centrally located on each floor.
The 50-bed residence hall is attended by house parents, whose purpose is to support, mentor, and guide boarders; promoting a safe and healthy living experience.
flexible boarding for day Learners
In addition to full-time boarding, Windsor High School offers flexi-boarding, a unique opportunity allowing learners to stay on campus for short-term stays in the event their parents are traveling or would just like to try boarding for a period of time less than a full school year – much like a hotel.
albany, a rare collection of amenities
Learners at Windsor High School at Albany have access to the wide array of amenities across Albany’s 600 acres. The luxury resort community features an unparalleled combination of surroundings, architecture, sporting amenities, and service, and is home to many of the world’s top athletes, who can both live and work from Albany.
With a holistic approach to wellness, the full-service spa at Albany offers a range of treatments including custom massages and stretching sessions for all levels of athletes and are open to Windsor High School learners.
Located in the golf clubhouse NINETEEN, the 18-seat movie theatre runs current blockbusters each week and serves as an ideal place to catch the live broadcast of The Masters, Wimbledon, and many other worldwide sporting events.
Windsor High School learners have the opportunity to enjoy the numerous pools at Albany overlooking the beach and blue ocean waters.
Ranging from two to seven bedrooms, the resort accommodations at Albany provide the families of Windsor High School learners with the perfect blend of a private home and luxury hotel. With dedicated concierge services to assist with all aspects of planning, families can stay at Albany and enjoy the amenities and restaurants with their Windsor High School learners.