Michael Jackson wants to send his 21-month-old son, Prince, to an expensive British boarding school when he reaches high school age, the Sunday Telegraph reported.
Jackson has sent a representative to inspect Stowe and to inquire about booking a place for the boy at the private school in Buckinghamshire, about 50 miles northwest of London, the newspaper said.
The best-known past pupil of Stowe -- which costs nearly $25,000 a year -- is Richard Branson, the flamboyant tycoon whose Virgin company name adorns everything from record stores and clothing to an airline.
The school declined to comment.
British newspapers reported recently that another pop superstar, Madonna, is considering sending her daughter to an English boarding school, Cheltenham Ladies' College.