Prince Henry's High School is a secondary school in Evesham, Worcestershire, England. It is a co-educational comprehensive high school, in which there are about 1260 students enrolled, aged between 13 and 18. It is situated in the north of Evesham off the A4184, near the junction with the B4624, adjacent to the north of the railway, and serves the town of Evesham and surrouding villages. A 2010 Ofsted report accorded the school a Grade 1 (outstanding)
The predominant entry to the school is by students entering in Year 9 from one of the feeder middle schools:
St Egwin's C. of E. Middle School , also in Evesham
The school is over 600 years old and was originally established as a school for the poor that was attached to Evesham's Benedictine Abbey. The school is named after Prince Henry, the brother of King Charles I. Dr Lewis Bayley had previously taught at and secured an endowment for the school from the town of Evesham through a new town charter, which identifies the school as a "Free Grammar School of Prince Henry in Evesham". As Prince Henry's Grammar School, the school had around 500 boys and girls.