Here’s where Prince George will be going to school in the fall because he’s growing up so fast
The royal family has just decided on where Prince George will be attending school this fall. And it totally says a lot about the kind of kid the soon-to-be-four-year-old is. According to Cosmopolitan, the young prince will be making mini prep school friends at Thomas’ in Battersea. The institution puts a strong emphasis on “being kind” and tuition starts at about $7600 a term.
Prince George will have one heck of a time soaking up the “rich” yet “broad” curriculum provided. Thomas’ offers sports, french lessons, music, art and dance classes. And we can bet that all of its students are super well rounded.
We’re holding out hope that Prince George will be a major theater buff. And this school could be the one to help him spread his wings.
Thomas’ sent a letter to their parents about the young heir attending the school next fall this past Friday, saying:
"The Duke and Duchess have made it clear that they do not wish Prince George's attendance at Thomas's to change its aims, values, or ethos in any way. They would like, as far as is possible, for him to enjoy the same education that all of our pupils receive and for them to join the school community as all of our new parents do."
It’s important to remember that Kate was a (yes this word is cringe-y) “commoner,” raised far from the royal hubbub. It’s likely the royal couple places a high value on George getting a regular education that will let him just be a kid.
Does this mean we can expect to see snapshots of the royal family attending parent-teacher conferences? Oh, and you can’t forget pictures of the young tot in his school uniform! One could only hope…