Schools evolve just as quickly as the pupils we send through our doors. Our pupils and staff leave a fingerprint on the way we work as a community. You all left your mark on the school whilst you were here and we are eager to hear your news, wherever you are in the world.
Keeping in contact with our alumni can be a challenge at the best of times. The rise of social networking means we can put RGS back in the picture and enables you to keep up to date with our news and so that we can keep up to date with yours.
I am very keen to welcome OWs back to RGS whether it be a concert, sporting event or whether you are willing to come to talk to our boys to inspire them about university, professions or life time achievements.
RGS High Wycombe aims to deliver world-class education, giving young men the best possible start in life. Combining academic rigour with a wide-range of co-curricular activities, we support every student to find their strengths and to follow their passions.
We can only continue to do this with the support of donations from our annual fundraising campaigns, which make a significant contribution to building new facilities, supplying cutting-edge classroom equipment and co-curricular activities.
The Annual Fund contributes to all subjects, sports and activities, supporting their budgets and the projects that students benefit from.
RGS celebrated in style at its Annual Sportsman’s Dinner to support RGS Rugby. Some 400 guests, including parents, friends and old boys were treated to an entertaining evening. Sir Gareth Edwards was joined on stage by the irrepressible Barry Edwards. The Headmaster’s welcome and the presentation of representative shirts and 1stXV Captains Cap by Sir Gareth Edwards to some of the senior RGSHW players was truly special. It was amazing and humbling to see so many of our old boys in the room supporting the current crop of RGSHW players. Barry Williams the master of ceremonies conducted…Read More
As bookings kept flooding in, there was only one thing to do for this year’s Bat ‘Oar’ Ball on Saturday 3 February: move the bar downstairs and lay on more tables. This meant that over 350 parents, staff and friends could enjoy our annual black tie event held in support of all sports at the RGS. Welcomed with a champagne reception, guests then moved to the Queen’s Hall where our ever debonair MC, Deputy HM Alex Wallace, took charge for the evening. Heads or Tails was followed by a three-course meal, auctions of prizes generously donated…Read More