St Paul's School originally takes its name from St Paul's Cathedral in London. A cathedral school had existed since around 1103. By the 16th century however, it had declined, and in 1509, a new school was founded by John Colet, Dean of St Paul's Cathedral, on a plot of land to the north of the Cathedral.
St Paul's Cathedral School is an independent school associated with St Paul's Cathedral in London and is located in New Change in the City of London.. The School has around 220 pupils, most of whom are day pupils, both boys and girls, including up to 40 boy choristers who are all boarders and who sing the daily services in St Paul's Cathedral.
St Paul's Girls' School was founded by the Worshipful Company of Mercers in 1904, using part of the endowment of the foundation set up by John Colet, to create a girls' school to complement the boys' school he had founded in the sixteenth century.
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St Paul's School, belägen vid Themsen i Barnes i sydvästra London, är en av de mest ansedda engelska privatskolorna. Den grundades 1509 av Jon Colet, domprost vid Sankt Pauls-katedralen i London. Till en början hade skolan sina lokaler intill katedralen men 1884 hade man växt ur dessa och flyttade då till nybyggda lokaler utanför centrum.
St Paul's School adalah sebuah sekolah independen selektif untuk anak berusia 13-18 tahun, yang didirikan pada 1509 oleh John Colet dan berada di lahan seluas 43 hektar (180,000m 2) yang dilewati oleh Sungai Thames, di Barnes, London.
St Paul's Cathedral is an Anglican cathedral in London, United Kingdom, which, as the cathedral of the Bishop of London, serves as the mother church of the Diocese of London. It sits on Ludgate Hill at the highest point of the City of London and is a Grade I listed building .
St. Paul's is a member of the Eight Schools Association and was formerly a member of the Independent School League, the oldest independent school athletic association in the United States. The St. Paul's crew team has won the Princess Elizabeth Challenge Cup at the Henley Royal Regatta three times, the latest being in 2004.
St Paul's Survives is a photograph taken in London during the night air raid of 29–30 December 1940, the 114th night of the Blitz of World War II.It shows St Paul's Cathedral, illuminated by fires and surrounded by the smoke of burning buildings.
St Paul’s School is an academically selective school open to all boys, regardless of their economic or social circumstance. Financial assistance is available on a means- tested basis for families who may need support in paying school fees, with up to 100% fee remission.