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This article contains a list of choir schools sorted alphabetically by countries.Contents1 Australia 2 Austria 3 Canada 4 Czech Republic 5 Denmark 6 France 7 Germany 8 Ireland 9 Latvia 10 The Netherlands 11 New Zealand 12 South Africa 13 Suriname 14 Switzerland 15 United Kingdom 16 United States 17 See also 18 External linksAustralia[edit]St Andrew’s Cathedral School, Sydney St Mary's Cathedral College, Sydney Xavier High School, Albury, NSW St John's Cathedral Choir School, BrisbaneAustria[edit]Vienna Boys' ChoirCanada[edit]Royal St. George's College St. Michael's Choir School Petits chanteurs du mont-royal St
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A country is a region that is identified as a distinct national entity in political geography. A country may be an independent sovereign state or one that is occupied by another state, as a non-sovereign or formerly sovereign political division, or a geographic region associated with sets of previously independent or differently associated people with distinct political characteristics
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Christ Church Cathedral School
Christ Church Cathedral School
Christ Church Cathedral School
is an independent preparatory school for boys in Oxford, England. It is one of three choral foundation schools in the city and educates choristers of Christ Church Cathedral and Worcester College
Worcester College
Chapel. It is a member of the IAPS and the Choir Schools Association.Contents1 History 2 Famous alumni 3 References 4 External linksHistory[edit] Now a Church of England
Church of England
School, it was originally housed within the College itself. Today its premises are located across from Christ Church at 3 Brewer Street and Cardinal Wolsey's house is still used for teaching.[1] In the 19th century, the Dean of Christ Church, Henry Liddell
Henry Liddell
(father of Alice, who was immortalised in the books of Lewis Carroll) arranged for the building of a new choir school on its present site
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The Pilgrims' School
The Pilgrims' School
The Pilgrims' School
is a boys' preparatory school and cathedral school in the cathedral city of Winchester, Hampshire, England. The official date of establishment is unknown but historical records indicate that choristers of Winchester
Winchester
Cathedral's renowned choir have been educated in the Close as early the 7th century.[1] As it also educates choristers of the Winchester
Winchester
College Chapel Choir, the school maintains close links with the college
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St James' School, Grimsby
St James' School is a coeducational independent day and boarding school located in Grimsby, North East Lincolnshire, England. It comprises a Preparatory School, Senior School and Sixth Form. The school is associated with the Church of England
Church of England
Grimsby
Grimsby
Minster, dedicated to St James, and incorporates education for the Minster's choristers.Contents1 History 2 Boarding 3 References 4 Further reading 5 External linksHistory[edit]St James' Church, GrimsbySt James' Choir School was founded on the premises of Grimsby's parish church, St James' Church (now known as Grimsby
Grimsby
Minster). Canon James Peter Young, curate and later vicar at the church, was influenced by Nathaniel Woodard's education philosophy and established the school in 1880 to educate the church's choirboys. Classes were initially held in the Church's "Aqua Rooms", which became unsuitable
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The London Oratory School
Red and black          Publications The Oratorian, The ReviewFormer pupils Old London OratoriansWebsite www.london-oratory.orgThe London Oratory
London Oratory
School, commonly known as The London Oratory, is a Catholic
Catholic
day secondary school for boys aged 7–18 and girls aged 16–18 situated in Fulham, London. Founded in 1863 by The Fathers of The London Oratory
London Oratory
in Chelsea, London, The London Oratory
London Oratory
is historically linked to two fellow Oratorian institutions: the nearby Brompton Oratory
Brompton Oratory
and The Oratory School
The Oratory School
in Berkshire. The school is renowned for the quality of both its choral and its instrumental music
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Lichfield Cathedral School
Black, yellow          Website www.lichfieldcathedralschool.co.uk Lichfield
Lichfield
Cathedral School is an independent day and boarding school in the city of Lichfield, Staffordshire, England. It traces its lineage to the 14th century when Lichfield
Lichfield
Cathedral made provisions to educate its choristers.[1] The school in its current form now educates over 400 boys and girls from nursery to sixth form
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St John's College, Cardiff
St John's College is an independent co-educational day school in the village of Old St Mellons
Old St Mellons
in Cardiff, Wales. It is the choir school of Wales's national Catholic cathedral, Cardiff
Cardiff
Metropolitan Cathedral.Contents1 Choir 2 Academic achievement 3 References 4 External linksChoir[edit]St John's CollegeSt John's College is an independent day school for boys and girls ages 3–18. It is also the choir school of Cardiff
Cardiff
Metropolitan Cathedral and its choristers are all pupils at the school
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King's School, Rochester
Rochester refers to:Contents1 Places1.1 Australia 1.2 Canada 1.3 United Kingdom 1.4 United States 1.5 Ecclesiastical areas2 Events 3 People 4 Sports 5 Transport5.1 Rochester Airport6 Companies 7 Educational establishments 8 See alsoPlaces[edit] Australia[edit]Rochester, VictoriaCanada[edit]Rochester, AlbertaUnited Kingdom[edit]Rochester, Kent
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The King's (The Cathedral) School
The King's (The Cathedral) School
The King's (The Cathedral) School
is a Church of England
Church of England
secondary school with academy status in Peterborough, England. It also offers a "Junior Department" which consists of Year Three to Year Six education, partially selective and with one-form entry. JD takes part in the building also used for Music, Madeley House. [3] The school is one of seven established, re-endowed or renamed, by King Henry VIII in 1541 during the Dissolution of the Monasteries
Dissolution of the Monasteries
for the education of "twenty poor boys"
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The King's School, Gloucester
The King's School, Gloucester
Gloucester
is a coeducational independent day school in Gloucester, England. It traces its heritage to a school for choirboys founded on the grounds of Gloucester
Gloucester
Cathedral as early as the 12th century and was one of the seven "King's Schools" established, or re-endowed and renamed by King Henry VIII in 1541 after the Dissolution of the Monasteries.Contents1 History 2 Buildings and facilities 3 Archdeacon Meadow 4 Notable alumni 5 References 6 External linksHistory[edit] The current school was officially founded in 1541 as a direct consequence of the English Reformation, by a direct royal proclamation of King Henry VIII. However, prior to that date, there was a school on the grounds of Gloucester
Gloucester
Cathedral ever since it was first built as the Abbey of St
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The King's School, Ely
Coordinates: 52°24′N 0°16′E / 52.4°N 0.26°E / 52.4; 0.26King's ElyEstablished 970 A.D.Type Independent day and boardingReligion Church of EnglandPrincipal Mrs Susan FreestoneHeads Sarah Stevens and Jo Lyall (Acremont) Richard Whymark (Junior) Jane Thomas and Elizabeth Knibb (Senior)Founder King Henry VIII (refounded in 1541)Location Barton Road Ely Cambridgeshire CB7 4DB EnglandLocal authority CambridgeshireDfE URN 110916 TablesStaff 160Students 985[1]Gender CoeducationalAges 1–18ColoursNavy and Duck Egg          Publication The Porta The EleanFormer pupils Old EleansKing's Ely, which was renamed from The King's School in March 2012,[2][3] is a coeducational independent day and boarding school in the cathedral city of Ely, Cambridgeshire, England
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St Mary's Music School
St Mary's Music School
St Mary's Music School
is a music school in Scotland in Edinburgh, for boys and girls aged 9 to 19 and is also the Choir School of St Mary's Episcopal Cathedral.[1] The school, which is non-denominational, provides education for children with a special talent in music, and is Scotland's only full-time independent specialist music school.[2][3] In 2017 the school has 80 pupils from many different backgrounds and from all parts of Scotland, the rest of the UK and abroad - 49 day pupils and 31 boarders, plus one student on the school's Part-time Pathways to Specialism scheme.[4][5]Co
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Hereford Cathedral School
Hereford
Hereford
Cathedral School is an independent, co-educational day school for pupils of ages 3 to 18 years, from Nursery to Sixth Form. Its headmaster is a member of the Headmasters' and Headmistresses' Conference
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St Edmund's School
St Edmund's School, Canterbury
Canterbury
/ˈɛdməndz/[1] is an independent day and boarding school located in Canterbury, Kent, England
England
and established in 1749. The extensive school grounds were acquired in 1855, including amongst other facilities numerous playing fields, tennis courts and a cricket pitch. The school currently caters for girls and boys aged 3-18, including the Choristers of Canterbury Cathedral. The School is currently headed by Louise Moelwyn-Hughes and part of the Headmasters' and Headmistresses' Conference
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