Aylesbury Grammar School

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Aylesbury Grammar School
Walton Road

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HP21 7RP

Coordinates51°48′50″N 0°48′05″W / 51.8139°N 0.8014°W / 51.8139; -0.8014Coordinates: 51°48′50″N 0°48′05″W / 51.8139°N 0.8014°W / 51.8139; -0.8014
TypeAcademy Grammar School
MottoLatin: Schola Ailesburia, Floreat Ailesburia
Educate Aylesbury, let Aylesbury flourish
Established1598; 424 years ago (1598)
FounderSir Henry Lee
SpecialistsScience (Primary)
Languages (Secondary)
Maths & Computing
Department for Education URN136884 Tables
HeadmasterMr Mark Sturgeon[1]
Staff150 Teaching & Support staff
Age11 to 18
HousesDenson  , Hampden  , Lee  , Paterson  , Phillips  , Ridley  
Colour(s)Maroon, Black and White    
PublicationThe Aylesburian
Former pupilsOld Aylesburians

Aylesbury Grammar School is a Grammar school in Buckinghamshire, England. It enrols about 1,300 boys aged 11-18.

It was founded, in 1598 by Sir Henry Lee, Champion of Queen Elizabeth I.

Aylesbury Grammar School celebrated 100 years on its present site in Walton Road in 2007. It is often referred to by the abbreviation AGS.[2]

References[change | change source]

  1. Aylesbury Grammar School Website
  2. Website is called AGS