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King Edward's School (KES) is an independent day school for boys in Edgbaston, an area of Birmingham, England. Founded by King Edward VI in 1552, it is part of the Foundation of the Schools of King Edward VI in Birmingham. It is a boys' school, although it shares the site, and is twinned, with King Edward VI High School for Girls (KEHS).
The average score of students at KESB is 39.1 (2017) compared to the IBO average of 28.56
£13,230 per annum £4,410 per term
KESB has a selective policy. Information about their entry criteria can be found on their website.
This School teaches in English only and has not publicly stated any other languages taught in.
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KESB does not offer the MYP but may offer similar courses.
Students can only take the MYP pre-16 y/o.