Winchester College

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Noun1.Winchester College - the oldest English public school; located in Winchester
public school - private independent secondary school in Great Britain supported by endowment and tuition
Winchester - a city in southern England; administrative center of Hampshire
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High-flyer Jutting was a pupil at the exclusive English boarding school Winchester College before studying history and law at Cambridge University.
Rurik Jutting's leaving book from posh Winchester College carried the name "Kirur", a play on the Japanese for killer, a former classmate claimed.
He shone on the sports field as a Winchester College schoolboy, captaining the cricket and tennis teams and also playing football and squash.
He holds A-levels in mathematics, history and economics from Winchester College in the United Kingdom.
He was educated at Winchester College which he left on health grounds before completing his national service in the Royal Artillery and joining his uncle Patrick Clay at stockbrokers HAP Clay, which later became Brewin Dolphin.
uk old school A short stroll south of the cathedral you'll find the house where Austen died in 1817 (it's now a private home) and Winchester College, founded 1382 and said to be the oldest continuously running school in England (adults PS6, concessions PS5).
He is a graduate of Winchester College and Edinburgh University.
The former pupil at exclusive Winchester College now lives in the house when he's not studying music at Cambridge.
A hysterical Miss Jones, a cook at the elite Winchester College boys' school, dialled 999.
Watt holds a master's degree from the University of Edinburgh and also has degree from Winchester College and Saint Mary's University of Minnesota.
It''s a brilliant walk - from the 18th century City Mill, still in working order and maintained by the National Trust, beyond the austere walls of the Bishop''s Palace, past the entrance of Winchester College and an elegant terraced house where Jane Austen spent her last days.