Latymer Upper School is a selective independent school in Hammersmith, West London, England, lying between King Street and the Thames. Founded by Edward Latymer in 1624, it is now a coeducational school with over 1200 pupils. It has a Prep department for pupils aged 7 to 11. It is considered one of the leading academic schools in the country, as measured by its position in the national league tables of GCSE and A level performance, as well as being amongst the top schools with respect to the arts and sport. The Sixth Form of 340 is one of the largest in London and offers 40 academic courses as well as extra curricular activities. According to the Good Schools Guide, the school "aims to set new standards for co-education in west London." As of 2014, the school charges fees of £17,310 a year per student.
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Hammersmith and Fulham