King's School, Chester

Cheshire
Boys (7 - 18)
Girls (7 - 18)
Day

The School was founded AD 1541 by King Henry VIII, in conjunction with the Cathedral Church of Chester. It was reorganised under the Endowed Schools Act in 1873, and by subsequent schemes of the Ministry of Education. The School is now Independent. The aim of the School is to prepare pupils for admission to Universities and the professions, and at the same time provide a liberal education.

Key Facts

  • Total Pupils: 988 (214 in Sixth Form)

Open Days

No Forthcoming Events

Finding out more

Location
Wrexham Road, Chester, CH4 7QL
Contact
01244 689500
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Key Facts

  • Total Pupils: 988 (214 in Sixth Form)

Open Days

No Forthcoming Events