Schools in Harrow

Harrow, a historic town in London, is known for its authentic look rooted in the 17th-century Harrow School, housed in Harrow on the Hill, a highlight of central Harrow. The area offers a charming village ambiance, with quaint shops, tea rooms, and pubs, perched atop a 408-ft hill that towers over the native St Mary’s Church, dating back to the 11th century—making it a prominent landmark of spiritual and educational significance. The extensive grounds of Harrow School have helped preserve open spaces, and Harrow has become a Moonstone for intellectuals, with notable Old Harrovians such as Winston Churchill and Lord Byron. The town has expanded considerably, with the modern commercial district balancing the rich heritage. Harrow's diverse population combines ethnicities, and internationally renowned alumni contribute to the town's prestigious reputation. In 2011, Harrow boasted a population of 12,270 within Harrow on the Hill's ward.

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