Brighton & Hove High School is an independent day school for girls aged 3 – 18 in the city of Brighton and Hove, East Sussex, England.
Founded in 1876, the school has expanded from being a very small school for less than twenty pupils to its present size of taking some 700 students. The school has a broadly Christian ethos, and comprises a Junior School (Early Years, Key stages 1 & 2), Senior and Sixth Form.
The school is one of the schools of the Girls' Day School Trust, which is the largest group of independent schools in the UK, with 26 member schools nationwide. It is a selective, academic day school for girls. The main site is at Montpelier Road in the Montpelier area of the city; the Senior school and Sixth Form, run as a single unit, are located there. There are about 50 girls in the sixth form, which has its own building, the Old Vicarage. The Junior School is located on Radinden Manor Road in Hove, along with the School's hockey pitch and athletics facilities.