Congratulations to the U15 Rugby squad on their 12-6 victory over QEGs Wakefield in the final of the Daily Mail Cup on 23 March. National U15 champions!
Tickets have all been sold for the 2013 OWA President's Dinner at the Tower of London.
Warwick School in 110 objects’ is a project to mark Warwick School’s 1,100th anniversary in 2014. The project will culminate in an online museum exploring different facets of the school through 110 items.
This new book, which is largely photographic, will capture School life across the academic years both past and present.
Warwick School has received the Independent Schools Inspectorate (ISI) report, following the ISI's inspection of the school in October 2012.
A battling 47 from Tom Williams and three wickets from seamer Dan Wood helped Old Warwickians claim The Cricketer Trophy with victory over Denstone Wanderers in the picturesque surroundings of Charterhouse School on 12 August 2012.
Fresh from his success at the British Grand Prix, Christian Horner (WS 1987-92) took time out from his busy Formula 1 season to present over 100 prizes at the school's Speeches and Prize Giving Evening on 11 July.
A celebratory lunch for all those who were at Warwick School in 1952 and 1953 was held on 28 April to coincide with Her Majesty the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee.
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Nicholas Thompson (WS 1999 - 2006) ran the Shakespeare Marathon on Sunday 8 May to raise money for the New Futures Orphanage in Cambodia.
Sam Miller (WS 2002–09), a first year student at Bath University studying Politics with International Relations, has been selected to play for England Students’ as part of a three-match series.
Phillip Rothwell (WS 1994-01) has been appointed as Warwick School’s new Development Director.
An 80-year family link with Warwick School was celebrated when the grand-daughter of a former head boy got married in the school chapel.
Congratulations to our Old Warwickian rugby sevens, who won the Public Schools’ Old Boys’ Sevens Tournament on Saturday 19 June 2010.
Captain Douglas Brown, currently British Airways' Chief Pilot Longhaul, was our guest speaker at the OWA President's Dinner at Girton on Saturday 24 April 2010.
Martin Richards (WS 1966-77)
OW Martin Richards, Chief Constable of Sussex Police, was warmly welcomed back to school as the after-dinner speaker at Guest Night in March 2010.
OW Simon Adams (WS 1975-77), diagnosed with a terminal illness, hopes to raise an astonishing £1 million before he dies.
We hope you enjoy browsing this new website for Old Warwickians which was launched in November 2009.
The school has plans for a new war memorial in remembrance of OWs killed in active service since WWII.
On Sat 5 September 2009 twenty Old Warwickians from the 1930s joined the Head Master and OWA Chairman Nigel Robinson at a special lunch to mark the opening of the new school museum…
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