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  1. Explore Harrow. A full-boarding school. FOR BOYS AGED 13 TO 18. Harrow School was founded in 1572 under a Royal Charter granted by Queen Elizabeth I. It is located in a leafy 300-acre estate, encompassing much of Harrow on the Hill in north-west London.

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      A full-boarding school for boys aged 13-18, founded in 1572...

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      Harrow’s 830 boys each live in one of 12 Houses. The Houses...

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      Admissions. Each year, the School admits around 160 boys...

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  2. Harrow School (/ ˈ h ær oʊ /) is a public school (English boarding school for boys) in Harrow on the Hill, Greater London, England. The school was founded in 1572 by John Lyon, a local landowner and farmer, under a royal charter of Queen Elizabeth I.

  3. Harrow School es una escuela independiente británica de pupilos varones entre los 13 y 18 años de edad. Está ubicada en Harrow on the Hill en el municipio de Harrow, en Londres Reino Unido.

  4. Home - Combining 450 years of pedagogy at Harrow School, one of the UK’s most prestigious independent schools, with the vibrancy of New York, Harrow New York offers a premium day and boarding school education for girls and boys in grades 6-12.

  5. Harrow School is one of four remaining full boarding, all boys schools left in the UK. Highly academic, but with so much else to offer, whether its the excellent sports, amazing drama or arts. As you'd expect from a school like this, entrance is highly competitive: roughly 600 pupils apply for 160 places at age 13.

  6. Harrow School, educational institution for boys in Harrow, London. It is one of the foremost public (i.e., independent) schools of England and one of the most prestigious. Generally between 700 and 800 students reside and study there. Its founder, John Lyon (d. 1592), was a yeoman of neighbouring.

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  7. › welcome-to-harrowWelcome - Harrow School

    A full-boarding school for boys aged 13-18, founded in 1572 under a Royal Charter granted by Elizabeth I. We are one of just a few full-boarding, all-boys schools in the United Kingdom.