Warwick School has a very long and rich history stretching back reputedly to 914, making it one of the oldest schools in the country.
Warwick School is a leading independent day and boarding school for boys aged 7-18, set in 50 acres, adjacent to the River Avon, within Warwick town. The school is proud of its outstanding facilities and the new Warwick Hall is one of the largest and most impressive performance venues in the region.
We aim to develop responsible, resilient and compassionate young men of character, equipped to succeed in a changing world.
High academic expectations and achievements, together with outstanding pastoral care and exceptional co-curricular provision make Warwick School a wonderful place to be educated.
Head Master's Welcome
The choice of school for your son is among the most important you will ever make. It will determine his academic prospects and achievements and thus his future career.
It will develop his interests outside the classroom, bringing experiences that will make him fully rounded and fully engaged; and above all it will help to mould his character so that he leaves school a confident, resilient, compassionate and good man, equipped with the skills and qualities needed to thrive in the fast changing world of the 21st century.
At Warwick School we seek to develop the talents of each and every pupil, inside and beyond the classroom, always guided by the school motto, Altiora Peto, ‘I aim for higher things,’ firm in the belief that every pupil can achieve great things within a happy, secure and caring environment.
This website provides a good insight into life at Warwick School and I hope very much that you enjoy what you see here. You are most welcome to come and see for yourself and I can promise you and your sons a warm welcome to the school.
Gus Lock, Head Master