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A full-boarding school for boys aged 13 to 18, 

founded in 1572 under a Royal Charter granted by Elizabeth I

Prospective parents are warmly encouraged to attend School activities, especially sports fixtures, plays, concerts and exhibitions.

We hold over 80 musical performances each year, nearly all of which are also open to the public. During term-time, Harrovian musicians entertain with the Lunchtime Concert series every Tuesday in St Mary's Church, Harrow on the Hill. The Choral Society Concert in March is an opportunity to hear Harrow School boys singing a major choral work with girls from a nearby girls school as well as School staff. The Commemoration Concert takes place every October in Speech Room, featuring orchestras from Harrow School and The John Lyon School. The Michaelmas Concert also takes place in Speech Room in the autumn term, and audiences are treated to big band music from the School's Concert Band, as well as the School Orchestra and the Jazz Band. Every December, the School hosts Town Carols for anyone from the Harrow area to attend.