Founded in 597, The King's School Canterbury (King's School Canterbury) is one of Britain's oldest boarding schools. Today the school in the picturesque old Canterbury trains about 800 boys and girls aged 13-18; is part of the school and Junior King's own preparatory school, located two miles from the main campus. The girls were able to study here only in 1971, and completely switched to the mode of joint (mixed) teaching, the school moved to 1990. In general, the territory of The King's School Canterbury is a whole campus, adjacent to the main Cathedral of the city and the abbey of St. Augustine.
Students at The King's School Canterbury demonstrate the highest academic results, significantly exceeding the national average:
The system of supervision and mentoring of a group of teachers - Tutor System - has been working successfully in the school since 1886. Curators regularly (usually weekly) meet with their wards, regulating and stimulating their success in academic, creative, sports, extracurricular and social life, compose and send out to parents interim and final reports, monitor the progress of students. For students who experience learning difficulties and may fall behind the main program, there is a special support system Learning Support.