Where Did Sir Isaac Newton Go to School?

Sir Isaac Newton attended The King’s School in Gratham, England between the ages of 12 and 17. His mother removed him from school in order to make him into a farmer. The headmaster at King’s persuaded his mother to let him finish his education and he became one of the top students. He then went to Trinity College in Cambridge and graduated in 1665. His greatest schooling came from outside the classroom and led to great inventions in mathematics, physics, philosophy, chemistry and astronomy.