Two 16-year-olds who have flown to the Caribbean together ran away from a leading private school which costs around £30,000-a-year to attend.
Stonyhurst College, founded in 1593, bills itself as one of Britain's leading Catholic boarding schools and costs around £29,439-a-year to attend.
Past pupils at the College include actor Charles Laughton and the Sherlock Holmes author Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.
The school received an outstanding inspection report in April 2010 from Ofsted.
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