HARROW HISTORY

Harrow School, UK, is steeped in rich history and heritage. The School was founded in February 1572 under a Royal Charter granted by Queen Elizabeth I to John Lyon, a wealthy local farmer.

Harrow School, UK has been home to world leaders, poets and royalty. It has educated such inspirational characters as Sir Winston Churchill, King Hussein of Jordan, Jawaharlal Nehru, Lord Byron, and more recently actors Benedict Cumberbatch and Laurence Fox and singer-songwriter James Blunt.

Harrow Bangkok was the first Harrow School in Asia to be founded in 1998, followed by Harrow Beijing in 2005, Harrow Hong Kong in 2012, Harrow Shanghai in 2016, and Harrow Shenzhen and Harrow Haikou in 2020.

The Harrow family of Schools share academic excellence and a broad-based learning experience within a traditional framework, whilst nurturing teacher-pupil relationships and intercultural relations.

1572

Harrow School established

1998

Harrow Bangkok established

2005

Harrow Beijing established

2012

Harrow Hong Kong established

2016

Harrow Shanghai established

2020

Harrow Shenzhen and Harrow Haikou established