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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Maggie, who has been an artist since achieving a BA in textile design at Winchester College of Art in 1979, explains: "I try to communicate that knowledge of a beautiful, rich and diverse landscape comes with conservation of the natural world.
For those scratching their heads at what he meant, this is a joke in which an old Etonian (annual fees about PS39,000 a year) has a pop at someone who used to go to Winchester College (about PS40,000 a year) and says his school was better.
ARTiculation was established 12 years ago by Madeleine Bessborough, Director of New Art Centre, and Lucy Salisbury, Head of Roche Court Educational Trust, in partnership with the Head of History of Art at Winchester College, Laurence Wolff.
The senior master has now teamed up with teachers from other public schools, including PS42,000-a-year Dulwich College and PS39,000-a-year Winchester College, to set up Scholar 6, a sixth form college for those who can't keep up with the spiralling cost of school fees.
Socially the girls mix with boys at Eton College, Winchester College and Harrow School.
Educated at Winchester College and Trinity College, Cambridge, he represented the latter at tennis and golf, as well as cricket, scoring 144 on one occasion for a public schools XI against the MCC at Lords.
Charles enrolls at Winchester College where his antisocial habits offend a coterie of Royalist bullies led by the sadistic charlatan Mallison and the enchanting (if penniless) chevalier Clifford.
In 1969, John got a job at Winchester College of Art which helped financially but where "like-minded friends" unleashed the reveller within.
Peel, son of House of Commons speaker Viscount Peel, was born on April 23, 1873, and educated at Winchester College.
At Winchester College, he was head boy and marked out as a gifted classicist.
After studying in a private Catholic school in Bangkok, she was sent to boarding school in England, where she later went on to Winchester College.

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