Brockwood Park School is an independent international co-educational and vegetarian secondary boarding school, founded by the educator and philosopher Jiddu Krishnamurti in Hampshire, southern England, in 1969. Students, aged between 14 and 19 and whose numbers total around 65 each year, come from across the world. As part of their individual programmes they have the option of taking AS and A-levels in a variety of subjects, and many will decide to go on to college or university. Others will take a gap year, or perhaps return to their countries to continue their schooling there, but all are likely to have been touched by the very special kind of learning they find here.