Harrow boys run for local charity Spear Harrow
The introduction of tablet computers two years ago has greatly enhanced Harrovians' experience of learning.
In March, a company of Harrovians performed Twelfth Night at Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre, in celebration of a 25-year relationship.
Harrovian Myles Dismont-Robinson (West Acre) is selected for Bermuda National Men's 7s Team.
Harrow wins the highly anticipated game at the home of cricket, by four wickets.
Harrow claims Under-14 title at hard-fought national school rugby competition.
Harrovians work with IBM on improving social inequality using blockchain technology.
In March, Harrow hosted four visitors from Philips Exeter Academy, a leading American independent school.
Pupils from all over the world test their historical knowledge in this global tournament.
Harrow's Catering Department prioritises sustainability, while providing 3,500 meals per school day.
A renewed focus on Character Education creates more formal opportunities for boys to celebrate and reflect on their experiences at Harrow.
The Harrow teams take first and fifth place at this annual competition against Eton and Winchester.
250 years on from Captain Cook’s first Pacific Island voyage, the OSRG displays its copy of this famous work by Cook’s botanist and OH, Sir Joseph Banks.
Harrow Association Christmas Carols included this composition by Old Harrovian George Woodward in the programme.
4pm, Sunday 24 March 2019: Harrow returns to Bankside, 25 years on since our last Globe production.
Over 1,000 Harrovians, Old Harrovians, staff and parents took part in this annual festival of sponsored sporting events.
Harrow’s distinctive Drama programme builds on the School’s strong theatrical heritage.
The School Shakespeare Play
Edmond Rostand's action-filled classic
Harrow win the Public Schools Trophy
Shakespeare’s most famous play
Harrow team retain prestigious title
Distinguished naturalist visits Harrow
A diverse season of ensemble performance
Harrow pupil chosen to represent the UK
Follow the progress of the 1st XI, and see how they fared this season.
First place from amongst 200 entries went to Rendalls.
Highlights of the Athletics season so far.
Harrovians join the choir of Godolphin School to perform the work.
Now in their 65th year, the OH Players perform Richard II.
Harrow took on Blackrock College Dublin, King's Canterbury, Eton and St Paul's.
The School marks the 90th birthday of HM The Queen.
Harrovians hear from one of the UK's most politically influential women.
Harrow Beak, Dr Susanna Pinkus, writes for The Telegraph.
Five boys were invited to an event organised by the US Embassy.
The Choral Society Performed This Epic Work During Holy Week.
Harrovians awarded nine Gold, 14 Silver and 14 Bronze Certificates.
Maro Itoje is one of two OHs playing Rugby for England.