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Remarkably Meilutyte and Daley make up just half of the school's Olympians at the 2012 Games. They are joined in London by swimmers Jamila Lunkuse, 15, who will compete for Uganda and Jade Howard, 17, who is in the Zambian swimming team.

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Diving

Want to combine state-of-the-art diving facilities and coaching with a bespoke, high quality education? Then look no further than the highly-acclaimed Plymouth Diving and Plymouth College partnership for talented young divers aged 11-18 years.

Plymouth College is a centre of excellence for diving through its partnership with Plymouth Diving – the former home of Tom Daley. The school has a squad of National and International divers who have bespoke academic programmes that allow them to train during the day as well as gain high levels of academic qualifications.

The residential programme welcomes athletes from all over the world with boarding and study at Plymouth College. The school has a world-famous reputation for looking after high performance athletes and allowing them to reach their full potential in the classroom alongside their chosen sports.

Divers are able to train together, attend the same school, and in many cases board together, the programme at Plymouth College allows young divers to flourish and gain the best of both worlds – diving at the UK’s premier diving club and an excellent personalised education programme.

Plymouth Diving is no stranger to headlining the news with its Olympic, World, European and National successes. 

Academic timetables are moulded around training and there is a close liaison between coaches and teachers. Scholarships are available for national and international divers. 

Remarkably Meilutyte and Daley make up just half of the school's Olympians at the 2012 Games. They are joined in London by swimmers Jamila Lunkuse, 15, who will compete for Uganda and Jade Howard, 17, who is in the Zambian swimming team.

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