Wymondham College is a coeducational secondary school with academy status in Wymondham, Norfolk, England. A former grammar school, it is one of 36 state boarding schools in England and the largest of its type in the country, with up to 700 boarding places. Although boarders do not pay for their education in the same way as at an independent school, they are still required to pay for the costs of living at the school (£10,000) whereas day pupils attend the school free. It has specialisms in technology (maths, science, ICT & Design Technology) and in modern languages. It is one of the highest performing state schools in England and Wales. In 2015 it was the top performing state school in East Anglia. In 2016 The DfE recognised the College as being in the top 100 schools nationally on each the main three measures, attainment, EBACC pass rate and Value added progress. The college was awarded world class school status in November 2015.