Eton College

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Noun1.Eton College - a public school for boys founded in 1440Eton College - a public school for boys founded in 1440; located in Berkshire
public school - private independent secondary school in Great Britain supported by endowment and tuition
Berkshire - a county in southern England
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ETON College will offer 12 free places to boys from challenging backgrounds who do not have the highest grades.
Hasan Patel, from Leyton in London's east end, is set to attend the prestigious Eton College - attended by the likes of Prince William and David Cameron.
The ex-couple opted to send their sons to Eton College, but Prince Philip wanted his grandsons to go to Gordonstoun.
The flags at Holyrood were lowered as a mark of respect to the farmer, who was educated at Eton College and the Scottish Agricultural College.He served as an MSP between 1999 and 2016, latterly representing the constituency of Galloway and West Dumfries.
The speaker of Thomas Gray's "Ode on a Distant Prospect of Eton College" intends to write the history of his adult suffering, but his return to Eton reveals that the origin of such suffering is embedded within his past rather than being the product of maturity, thus upsetting a linear formation of his story:
Grylls - who studied at Eton College - said: "The great people I know at life often struggled at school because it was the struggle that developed strength.
A substantial collection of the manuscripts of the composer Malcolm Arnold (1921-2006) has been deposited at Eton College Library on loan, and is now available to scholars for research.
MOVES to make employers ask job candidates if they went to feepaying schools have led to threats from the provost of Eton College to quit the Tory party whip in the Lords.
He has been awarded the Maclaren Scholarship to Summer Fields School in Oxford, prior to acceptance into Eton College.
Because David Cameron is the 19th Prime Minister to have attended the exclusive Eton College.
1440: Eton College was founded by Henry VI for 25 poor and needy scholars.