North Yorkshire is one of the biggest counties in England and it is located in the Yorkshire and the Humber region of England. What is particularly interesting, is the fact that 40% of the territory of North Yorkshire is covered by the National Parks and in it because of the fact that this county is really dedicated to the environment protection. When it comes to the origins of North Yorkshire, this county was formed in 1974 as a result of the Local Government Act 1972. Because of its historical background, this county has a lot places of interests which are visited by the masses, and these are: the Bolton Abbey, the Knaresborough, the Yorkshire Art Museum or an ancient derelict hunting lodge in Dob Park. When it comes to education, the boarding schools in North Yorkshire are one of the best educational institutions in the world. Boarding conditions are really great and school community welcoming. Boarding schools in North Yorkshire gathers not only the most promising students but also the elite teachers who are devoted to their job. Boarding schools in North Yorkshire concentrates not only on traditional classes but also give the possibility to broader one’s horizons and to practice hidden students’ skills.