Eton College is a charity for the advancement of education. At its heart sits an independent boys’ boarding school which leads a dynamic range of educational activities and an expanding network of educational partnerships.
Eton is committed to supporting boys with disabilities and also has a Learning Support Centre for boys with special educational needs and disabilities. Foremost among the many factors which contribute to pupils’ excellent progress and very high standards is the high quality of the teaching they receive.
Eton warmly welcomes bursary applications from parents who might, under ordinary circumstances, not consider Eton for their son for financial reasons. Eton has substantial financial provision designed to widen access by enabling boys to come to the school at the normal entry age of 13, who could not otherwise do so, and to allow boys to remain in the event of an unforeseen change in family circumstances.
Eton College comumente conhecido apenas como Eton e fundado sob o nome de King's College of Our Lady of Eton beside Windsor é uma escola interna para rapazes, fundada em 1440 por Henrique VI da Inglaterra (privada e independente). Educa mais de 1.300 alunos, com idades entre 13 e 18 anos.
Eton College (/ ˈ iː t ən /) is a public school in Eton, Berkshire, England. It was founded in 1440 by Henry VI under the name Kynge's College of Our Ladye of Eton besyde Windesore, intended as a sister institution to King's College, Cambridge, making it the 18th-oldest Headmasters' and Headmistresses' Conference (HMC) school.
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6 de jan. de 2023 · Eton College, near Windsor, Berkshire, one of England’s largest independent secondary schools and one of the highest in prestige. It was founded by Henry VI in 1440–41 for 70 highly qualified boys who received scholarships from a fund endowed by the king.