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Welcome to the Old Bostonian Association Wiki

This Wiki is affiliated to the Old Bostonian Association: the alumni association of Boston Grammar School, Boston, England. The association is for former students and staff of the school, but this Wiki is for anyone with an interest in the school. You can find out more about the association on its web site.

Featured articles

Featured image

Boston Grammar School Football Team 1922-23

The latest group photo on the wiki is of the Boston Grammar School Football Team 1922-23.

You can contribute

We would really like to see your relevant contributions to this wiki. Before you start editing, have a look at the help section of the wiki.

If you are still stuck, then please contact us by email (

What to edit?

If you are willing to help make this wiki more useful, here are some things you might consider doing (you will need to create a user account and be logged-in):

  • Write something about yourself on your home page
  • Get some ideas of what might need editing in the Community portal
  • Do whatever you like, as long as it's constructive - Be bold!

What would you like to see

We realise that it's all very well inviting you to add content to the wiki but you probably don't have access to all the material you would like to see, or at least you may not have the basic information required to start an article, even if you would like to add your own contribution to it.

If there is an article you would like to see started on the wiki but you don't have the information or courage to start it, then post a comment on the discussion page for this Main Page.


Following almost total deletion of this main page it has been protected. You may find you cannot edit this page. If you would like a change to the page and are not able to make it, please contact us (

Any page predominantly in any language other than English will be deleted. We have nothing against other languages but this is an English language resource. This does not exclude the possibility that relevant articles may have sections in other languages as examples or quotes though such sections should usually include translation into English.