Where Did Sir Isaac Newton Go to School?

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Isaac Newton did not go to school until he was twelve. He then attended Grammar School which was in Grantham. After leaving school, Newton went up to Trinity College, at the University of Cambridge, in 1661.
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Sir Isaac Newton attended The King's School, in Grantham, England until he was seventeen. He later attended and received a degree from Trinity College in Cambridge, England. You can find more information here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Isaac_Newton
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