Christ's Hospital

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Christ's Hospital
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Motto Honour All Men, Love the Brotherhood, Fear God, Honour the King.
Established 1552
Type Independent school
Religious affiliation Anglican
President HRH The Duke of Gloucester
Headmaster Mr John Franklin
Deputy Head Mr Ben Vessey, Mrs Jo Thomson
Founder King Edward VI
Location Christ's Hospital
West Sussex
England England
Students 831: 412 girls & 419 boys (2008)
Gender Coeducational
Ages 11 to 18
Houses 16 Boarding Houses
School colours Blue & Yellow

           

Grades 71% A/A* at GCSE, 80% A/B at A-level
Former Pupils Old Blues
Website www.christs-hospital.org.uk

Christ's Hospital is a boarding school in Sussex. The school was started in 1552. King Edward VI started it. The headmaster is John Franklin BA MEd Admin. It has 831 students. The school is very big.