Royal Hospital School is a leading, co-educational school that offers a full and broad education, fit for the modern world, since 1712. It is set in 200 acres of Suffolk countryside, within an hour of London, and has a focus on the individual, creativity, wellbeing and sport.
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The Royal Hospital School (usually shortened as "RHS" and historically nicknamed "The Cradle of the Navy" ) is a British co-educational fee-charging boarding and day school with naval traditions. The school admits pupils from age 11 to 18 (Years 7 to 13) through Common Entrance or the school's own exam.
RHS is an independent school for 11-18 year olds in Suffolk, offering a full and broad education with a unique naval heritage and a dynamic technology-led curriculum. It has a spectacular riverside campus, a sailing academy, a music centre, and a range of co-curricular activities and sports facilities.
Learn about the history and heritage of the Royal Hospital School, a boys' boarding school founded in 1712 as part of Greenwich Hospital and moved to its current campus in 1933. Discover how the School's rich seafaring heritage lives on through sailing, flag ceremony, divisions, marching band, and naval commemorations.
Please find our admissions process below for the most popular entry points, though we do take admissions in other year groups at various times, if places are available. For entry beyond September 2024, please use the below steps as a broad guideline, but note that it may be subject to small changes each year. For immediate entry, please contact ...
Registration & Deposits. Registration Fee: A fee of £100 per child is payable on registration and is non-refundable. Acceptance Deposit: An Acceptance Deposit of £1,750 (boarding pupils) or £1,000 (day pupils) is payable when parents accept the offer of a place.