Raise the bar.
It’s important to learn what it feels like to win.
It’s imperative to have followed a path of commitment, preparation, hard work, and adrenaline.
It’s essential to learn how to deal with second place.
At King Edward’s, there are opportunities in all spheres to step up to the plate. Competitive debating, public speaking, rugby, hockey, netball, tennis, rounders, football and basketball all have competitive fixtures against other schools. Internally the House system affords numerous chances to compete against your peers. Young Enterprise, Olympiads and essay competitions let you see how you will fare on a national scale.