At a time, when A levels have gone through significant reform and there is national uncertainty over the more rigorous linear examinations, results at the Royal Hospital School, Holbrook are the best on record.
A co-educational boarding and day school in Suffolk
Set in 200 acres of Suffolk countryside overlooking the Stour Estuary and within an hour of London, Royal Hospital School is a leading, co-educational boarding and day school providing a full and broad education, fit for the modern world.
Read more about school life and our pupils' achievements.
With three A*s in History, English Literature and Geography, Ben will be going to Trinity College, Cambridge this September to study Anglo-Saxon, Norse and Celtic.
Five pupils have secured their Oxbridge places this year.
A Year 10 pupil at the Royal Hospital School, Suffolk, has won a prestigious award to attend school in the Australian capital, Canberra.
The Royal Hospital School Field Gun Crew have been awarded the Endeavour Trophy for the fastest non-military field gun run after being placed third in a tight final.
For the second year in a row GMC Prep sent a group of cadets to participate in a cultural exchange program at the Royal Hospital School near Ipswich, England. Later this month, GMC will welcome two RHS cadets who will spend about a month on the campus.
Former Head Girl and Secretary General of RHS, Issy Williams recently attended an MUN conference hosted by the University of Bristol with guests Bath and Exeter universities in attendance.
Year 7 pupils have reached the National Finals of an exciting STEM competition entitled Race for the Line which has been pioneered and sponsored by the Bloodhound Project.
At the end of the summer term, pupils were challenged to collectively cover the distance of 10,500 miles, the approximate mileage from Holbrook (Suffolk) to Sydney (Australia), to raise funds for the Suffolk Community Foundation and the local charities it supports.
The annual RHS Avenue Games is organised by the Suffolk-based charity, Avenues East, and assisted by Year 11 pupils; the event is now in its sixteenth year.
See our pupils in action and have a look at the superb facilities they enjoy by browsing our media gallery.