The College of Richard Collyer

Address
Hurst Road
Horsham
West Sussex
RH12 2EJ
Tel
01403 210 822
Fax
01403 211 915
Email
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The College of Richard Collyer, Horsham is a state school for boys and girls aged from 16 to 99.

Local authority:

West Sussex

Pupils:

1550

Religion:

Non-denominational


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The college was founded in 1532 under the terms of the will of a prominent member of the Mercers’ Company in the City of London. Our links with the foundation remain, as does our original purpose to provide free education for young people in Horsham and the surrounding area.

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