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Established in 1553, Tonbridge School is a famous English major public school in Kent well know for its sporting and academic excellence. The school was founded by Sir Andrew Judde and has a close relationship with the Skinners Company. Ex-Tonbridge pupils are referred to as Old Tonbridgians or OTs. Tonbridge's fees are among the highest in Britain at around £30,000 per year, higher than Eton or Harrow.
I go to school at Tonbridge School, its like Eton but its better.
by LarrytheThird December 30, 2009
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