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Maidstone Grammar School (MGS) is a grammar school in Maidstone, England. The school was founded in 1549 after Protector Somerset sold Corpus Christi Hall on behalf of King Edward VI to the people of Maidstone for £200. The Royal Charter for establishment of a grammar school was also granted at this time.

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The school takes boys at the age of 11 and over, by examination, and male and female pupils at 16+ on their GCSE results. The school currently has over 1200 pupils and approximately 120 members of staff. The school holds both a Language College award and a Healthy School award. It is situated just off Loose Road (A229), west of Mote Park and the Mote Park Leisure Centre.

The main school building surrounds a Tudor-style quadrangle with a cloister on one side. A new block was added in the 1960s. A Sixth Form and arts and crafts block was added in 1981. This newer building completes a second quadrangle, nicknamed the ‘Court’. In 2005 a new refectory and teaching block of 15 classrooms was built, this building currently houses maths, history and art departments. There are over 100 classrooms, twelve science laboratories, a language laboratory, seven computer centres, music rooms, a lecture theatre, gym and sports hall and a canteen (refectory). A new ‘Applied Learning Centre’, with new editing suites, was completed in the 2010–11 school year, with a similarly styled ‘Food Technology’ and Sixth Form block having been opened in September 2011.

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