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Abingdon School is a British day and boarding independent school for boys situated on Park Road, Abingdon, Oxfordshire next to Albert Park, previously known as Roysse's School. In 1998 a formal merger took place between Abingdon School and Josca's, a preparatory school four miles to the west at Frilford. Since September 2007 Josca's has been known as Abingdon Preparatory School with both schools becoming part of the Abingdon Foundation. There are strong connections with the nearby School of St Helen and St Katharine in Abingdon. It is at most the twentieth oldest independent British school and celebrated its 750th anniversary in 2006.
- also known as 阿賓頓學校
- official website: www.abingdonschool.org.uk
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Abingdon School is a Registered Charity, number 1071298. It exists to provide for the education of children aged 4 –18.
by Samuel Lewis
The school is entitled to six scholarships at Pembroke College, Oxford, founded by Thomas Tesdale, two to be filled by the founder's kin, and the others from Abingdon school ; and to four more scholarships at the same college, founded by ...
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Abingdon School, Park Road, Abingdon. Earliest part, to the left, is by Edwin Dolby and completed 1868-70 with the addition to the right by J G T West and completed in 1901-2 with Chapel and Gymansium at the right.
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