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Wycliffe Hall is a historic house in Oxford, England. It was built in the 13th century and was owned by the Wycliffe family until it was sold to the University of Oxford in 1867. It is now home to the University’s Faculty of Medieval and Modern Languages.
The earliest record of Wycliffe Hall is from 1276, when it is mentioned as one of three properties belonging to William de Wycliffe (died c.1349). The earliest surviving part of the original building dates from around 1300.
The hall has been remodelled many times since then, most notably by William Morris between 1869 and 1872 for George Gilbert Scott, who had bought it for his country home.
Wycliffe Hall is a private, residential and day school in Toronto. It was established in 1887 and has been providing education to students from kindergarten to Grade 12.
The school offers a co-educational, English-speaking day school education for boys and girls from Kindergarten to Grade 12. Wycliffe Hall is the only all-boys boarding school in Canada.