There is a necessity in any school to keep moving forward and Oswestry School is no exception.
Oswestry School has always been a place for deserving scholars to get an exceptional education, regardless of circumstance. Founded in 1407, David Holbache believed access to education was essential, and used his wealth to ensure Oswestry provided that education to its young citizens.
In 1971, the School made the decision to admit girls, becoming one of the first independent schools in England to go co-educational, thus guaranteeing that in a tumultuous time for independent schools, Oswestry remained a place for all deserving scholars.
But now we call upon the generosity of the Oswestry School community as we focus our efforts to ensure that the School remains the wonderful place it has always been.
Your support, large or small, makes a world of difference. Thank you in advance for your generosity, and for helping to guarantee Oswestry’s future.
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