|Wexford Sixth Form|
|Residents:||Students divided by gender into Aldshot and Hawthorne|
|Appearances:|| The Name of the Star|
Wexford was built by a charity, who bought all the land around a small square and built an entire complex. The charity constructed a home for women, a home for men, and a small Gothic revival church - basically everything needed to provide food shelter and spiritual guidance. The buildings are all old-fashioned and attractive, with stone benches and a few tiny trees in a square to provide a pleasant atmosphere. The charity then went on to fill the houses with poor women, men and children whom they made to work fifteen hours a day in the factories and workhouses that they built around the square.
Wexford is a boarding school for seventeen and eighteen-year-olds only, and so the total expected attendance time is two years. As a new student, Rory mentions that this is comforting as all her fellow classmates would only have been together for a year at most.