St Olave's School, York
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|Motto||Super Antiquas Vias|
|Type||Preparatory day and boarding|
|Founder||Henry Andrew Wilson|
|Local authority||City of York Council|
|Houses||Wentworth (co-ed boarding)
Alcuin (day house)
Fairfax (day house)
York (day house)
|Colours||Blue and White|
St Olave's School is the junior school to St Peter's School, a co-educational independent boarding and day school located in the English City of York, with extensive grounds on the banks of the River Ouse. It was founded by Reverend Henry Andrew Wilson in 1867 and named after its original site of St Olave’s House in Marygate. The school was acquired by St Peter's in 1901.
The school offers a continuity of education from the Clifton Pre-preparatory School (ages 3–8), to St Olave’s School (ages 8–13) and through to St Peter's School (ages 13–18) where there is also a successful Sixth Form.
The head of St Olave's is referred to as the school Master, whilst the head of senior school St Peter's is referred to as the Head Master.
- "History of St Olave's". St Peter's School. Retrieved 28 December 2016.