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  1. Welcome to Shrewsbury, where school is serious fun. Learning and enjoyment go hand in hand: in the classroom, through a vibrant co-curricular programme and in the communal life of the School. Here is a snapshot of life at Shrewsbury.

  2. Shrewsbury School is a public school (English fee-charging boarding school for pupils aged 13 –18) in Shrewsbury.

  3. Shrewsbury School, Independent School of the Year 2020, has a world-class reputation for all-round excellence. Fully co-educational, with a seven-day boarding heartbeat and an integral day community, we deliver a dynamic education that develops the abilities and enthusiasms of each and every individual girl and boy.

  4. A leading co-educational independent school for 13-18-year-olds, named the Independent School of the Year in 2020, Shrewsbury combines tradition with innovation to provide a whole-person education that will educate and empower each individual pupil to flourish in life.

  5. An independent school for boys and girls aged from 13 to 18. Boarding: Yes. Local authority: Shropshire. Pupils: 832; sixth formers: 382 (232 boys, 150 girls) Religion: Church of England. Fees: Day £32,091 - £33,831; Boarding £46,794 - £48,498 pa. Open days: September and November. Review: View The Good Schools Guide Review.

  6. Shrewsbury School offers its students and parents an exceptional combination of heritage and forward-thinking vision, which is a hallmark of the very best independent schools in Britain.

  7. Shrewsbury School, in Shrewsbury, Shropshire, one of the major public (privately endowed) schools in England, founded in 1552 by Edward VI. Thomas Ashton, the first headmaster, gave it a classical and humanistic tone that has been retained, though sciences and other studies are now also prominent.