New College School

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New College School
New College School.svg
Motto Manners Makyth Man
Established 1379
Type Independent preparatory School
Religion Church of England
Head Master Robert Gullifer
Founder William of Wykeham, Bishop of Winchester
Location Savile Road
Oxford
Oxfordshire
OX1 3UA
England
Coordinates: 51°46′05″N 1°15′23″W / 51.76818°N 1.25639°W / 51.76818; -1.25639
Students 160 (approx.)
Gender Boys
Ages 4–13
Houses Reynolds, Huxley, Wykeham, Spooner
Publication The Newswire
Website www.newcollegeschool.org
Choristers from New College School in gowns and mortarboards 'crocodile' to rehearsal in New College
New College School is located in Oxford city centre
New College School
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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.

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New College School is located on Savile Road in central Oxford.

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