New College School
|Motto||Manners Makyth Man|
|Type||Independent preparatory School|
|Religion||Church of England|
|Head Master||Robert Gullifer|
|Founder||William of Wykeham, Bishop of Winchester|
|Houses||Reynolds, Huxley, Wykeham, Spooner|
New College School (officially St Mary's College School) is an independent preparatory school for boys in Oxford. It was founded in 1379 by William of Wykeham to provide for the education of 16 choristers for the chapel of New College, Oxford.
New College School is located on Savile Road in central Oxford.
Notable alumni of New College School
- Thomas Allen (1681–1755): clergyman and author
- Henry Bright: teacher and author
- George Valentine Cox (1786–1875) [Master of NCS]: author
- Sir (Donald) Keith Falkner (1900–1994): singer and Director of the Royal College of Music
- James Gilchrist: tenor
- Howard Goodall: singer, composer, and broadcaster
- Theo Green: film composer
- Sir Richard Goodwin Keats (1757–1834): admiral, Governor of the Royal Naval Hospital in Greenwich, and mentor to Nelson and King William IV
- David Mitchell: comedian
- Charles Oliver Mules [former teacher at NCS]: Bishop of Nelson (New Zealand)
- Ian Partridge tenor
- John Rogers (bap. 1678-1729): clergyman, royal chaplain, and author
- Paul Spicer: organist, producer, conductor, composer, Professor of Choral Conducting at the Royal College of Music
- Joseph Trapp (1679–1747): clergyman, poet, playwright, first Professor of Poetry at the University of Oxford, translator of complete works of Virgil (1731)
- William Tuckwell (1829–1919) [Master of NCS]: author and ‘radical parson’
- Francis Wise (1695–1767): author, archaeologist, Radcliffe Librarian
- Anthony Wood (1632–1695): antiquarian, historian, and author
- Halford Smith, Alic (1952). New College, Oxford, and its Buildings. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
- Jenkinson, Matthew (2013). New College School, Oxford: A History. Oxford: Shire. ISBN 978-0747813415.
- Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.