By School Bus - Oxford Schools Bus Partnership
MCS is part of the Oxford Schools Bus Partnership, a joint collaboration between five Oxford schools, d'Overbroeck's, Headington School, MCS, Oxford High School and Rye St Antony School, formed to provide safe, efficient and reliable routes to school for our pupils. Access the OSBP website.
A list of Frequently Asked Questions can be found here.
By Public TransportMCS enjoys a central position by the River Cherwell and close to bus stops for a number of local services. Details of the many bus routes that pass MCS can be found on the maps on this link.
For further information, see the bus companies' websites.
The Traveline website may also be helpful in researching journeys on public transport, both within the city and further afield.
Some pupils travel to school by train, although it is a 30-minute walk from Oxford station. Further details on rail travel can be obtained from National Rail Enquiries.
On Foot or by Bike
For Oxfordshire County Council's information on cycling in Oxford, click here.
Parking is very limited near MCS, and the traffic can be heavy at the beginning and end of the school day. However, if you need to drive to us, you can find a map of our location here. SatNav users should use the postcode OX4 1DZ to locate us.
Parking on site is currently not available to visitors due to major building works during the development of the new Sixth Form Centre. We would advise visitors to make use of Oxford’s Park and Ride bus services. Seacourt and Thornhill will get you closest to MCS, but further information about the five Park and Ride venues and routes can be found here. For information about Park and Ride bus stops click here. There is also a pay and display car park with limited parking a short walk away (directions are available here).