Shrewsbury House School

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This school should not be confused with the secondary school: Shrewsbury School in Shropshire.

Shrewsbury House School
Surrey, KT6 6RL
United Kingdom
School type school
Motto "Alta Peto"
(Latin for "Aim High")[2]
Founded 1865
Head of school Kevin Doble
Headteacher Kevin Doble
Gender Boys
Age 7 to 13
Number of students 320 (Approx.)[1]
Average class size 15
Language English
Campus type 4.5 Acres
School colour(s)          
Phone: (+44) 0 20 8399 3066
Fax: (+44) 0 20 8339 9529

Shrewsbury House is an independent day preparatory school for boys aged 7 to 13, in Surbiton, Surrey, England. It was founded in 1865. It has been an educational trust since 1979. It is administered by a Board of Governors. All of the Governors, except two of the educationalists and the medical expert, are former parents.[3]

The previous headmaster Mr Mark Ross left at the end of the summer term 2010 and was replaced by Kevin Doble the current headmaster.

Former Pupils[edit]

External links[edit]


  1. ^ "Independent Schools Council SHS". 
  2. ^ This is translated as "Aim High"
  3. ^ Shrewsbury House School Website

Coordinates: 51°22′49″N 0°18′21″W / 51.3803°N 0.3057°W / 51.3803; -0.3057