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Warwick School is an independent school (also known as a public school) for boys, with boarding facilities, in Warwick, England. It is believed to be the oldest boys' public school in the world, and the fifth-oldest surviving school in England after King's School, Canterbury; King's School, Rochester; St Peter's School, York; and Wells Cathedral School. It is also believed to be the oldest surviving school founded by a woman, claiming to have been established by Æthelflæd of Mercia in 914 CE. Its headmasters have been members of the Headmaster and Headmistresses Conference since 1896.

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  • Warwick School is an independent school (also known as a public school) for boys, with boarding facilities, in Warwick, England. It is believed to be the oldest boys' public school in the world, and the fifth-oldest surviving school in England after King's School, Canterbury; King's School, Rochester; St Peter's School, York; and Wells Cathedral School. It is also believed to be the oldest surviving school founded by a woman, claiming to have been established by Æthelflæd of Mercia in 914 CE. Its headmasters have been members of the Headmaster and Headmistresses Conference since 1896.
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  • Warwick School is an independent school (also known as a public school) for boys, with boarding facilities, in Warwick, England. It is believed to be the oldest boys' public school in the world, and the fifth-oldest surviving school in England after King's School, Canterbury; King's School, Rochester; St Peter's School, York; and Wells Cathedral School. It is also believed to be the oldest surviving school founded by a woman, claiming to have been established by Æthelflæd of Mercia in 914 CE. Its headmasters have been members of the Headmaster and Headmistresses Conference since 1896.
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