Stratford-upon-Avon Grammar School for Girls was created in 1958.
Stratford-upon avon Grammar school for girls - defo!
At Stratford Grammar School
The Stratford upon Avon grammar school has been an educational facility since the early thirteenth century. The cost of attendance was twenty pounds per year.
It is believed that he attended the King's Grammar School in Stratford. This is based on the fact that this was the only grammar school in Stratford and that Shakespeare seems to have had a good grasp of the standard grammar school curriculum. The school's records have been destroyed and so cannot be used to confirm this hypothesis.
Grammar Schools ran six days a week, with Sunday off. Unfortunately the school records for the late sixteenth century at the Stratford Grammar School (now King Edward VI School, Stratford) no longer exist, so we cannot confirm when or if Shakespeare attended there or when or if he finished.
He most likely was educated up to 13 years old at Stratford grammar school.
He attended the local grammar school in Stratford-upon-Avon in Warwickshire where he studied Greek and Latin authors.
William Shakespeare attended the Stratford-upon-Avon Grammar School, which was also the school that taught him Latin. During the 16th century it was common for Latin to be taught in grammar schools.
The grammar school in Stratford, then called the King's New School had been founded by King Edward VI (Queen Elizabeth I's brother). Shakespeare probably attended it from the ages of 9 to 15 or so, from 1573 to 1579. However there is no documentation to prove that he even went to that school, never mind when. We can only guess from what was typical and from the fact that he had a good knowledge of the schoolbooks of the era.
Shakespeare went to the Stratford Grammar School (called King Edward VI School nowadays, then called the King's New School) at around age 6 or 7. There may have been some rudimentary instruction in letters, divinity etc. at a "Dame School", a kind of home school run by local women.
I think it's suspected that he was educated at King Edward IV Grammar School, Stratford-upon-Avon.