The Cheltenham Ladies' College is a registered charity and was formed under Royal Charter in 1853. In accordance with this Charter, College is governed by a Board of Trustees, who, together with the Principal and the Leadership Team, oversees its management. There are approximately 20 trustees and they are collectively known as Council. Our Trustees are all volunteers and they have a non - executive role to ensure that the funds and assets owned by the charity are used appropriately. To become a member of Council it is necessary to be elected at the Annual General Meeting of College, in accordance with the Royal Charter.
For more information on Council, please contact the Clerk to the Council.
The Annual Report and Accounts of The Cheltenham Ladies' College for the year ended 31st July 2012 is available here. This report provides a detailed review of all areas of performance of College during the 2011/12 academic year.
The Schools Competition Act Settlement Trust was established in November 2006 to consider requests for educational grants to support current and former pupils. Details of the Trust are available at www.scast.org.uk. Further enquiries should be made direct to the Trust and not through the College.