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If you are eager to inculcate the spirit of self confidence, tolerance, inquiring and positivity then Eton is an ideal place for you. The college makes it sure that before the student completes his school he should know his self worth and should be able to add value to the community. Informally referred to as Eton, the college is a British independent boarding school located in Eton, near Windsor in England. It is one of the nine English independent schools, commonly referred to as public schools.
Why Eton College
A student should join ETON College as:
Three terms at Eton College: The year at Eton is divided into three terms or ‘halves’ i.e, Michaelmas, Lent, and Summer) broken by occasional ‘leaves’ (Long or Short).
Parent’s Visit: Two Open Days in the course of the year, St Andrew’s Day and the Fourth of June (the day on which the Summer Long Leave begins, and we hope that most parents will visit us on these occasions. Parents are always welcome on other days as well; boys are naturally delighted when their parents are able to attend plays, concerts and matches in which they are participating.
Houses allotted to boys: At Eton the students will join a house of just over 50 boys and 70 for college goers aged between 13 and 18. His house will be the hub of his life at Eton for the next five years. Each house is under the care of a house master, who will look after him, support him and, if necessary, make sure he behaves himself. The house master is the main point of contact with the school for a boy's parents.
Financial support offered: Around 20 % of students at Eton receive financial support, through a range of bursaries and scholarships. Eton is developing plans to allow any boy admission irrespective of his parents' income and that around 250 boys currently receive significant financial help from the School
Facilities: Every student at Eton has his own study-bedroom, which is his own private space, to decorate his space and entertain his friends.