KEGS is an extremely good school. First class in both academic and other persuits.
I have not been made aware of any bullying situations at KEGS. It is, however, not for the faint hearted. The academic "competion" is very strong.
I am not sure, however, how far they would go to keep their reputation of perfection as someone I knew did ask the headteacher what the school policy on drugs was and his reply, I believe, was that they do not have a drugs problem at KEGS. This does not answer the question, of course and sadly today where there are young people there are problems such as drugs. Personally, I tend to think that the more pressure young people are under and the more money their families have (and pass to their offspring) the more chance there is of there being a drugs problem, which is one of the reasons that I, personally, would not be too keen on having my children educated in the private sector.
Please don't get me wrong, I am most certainly not suggesting that KEGS has a drugs problem at all. It may well have never had a single "joint" through its door but I am simply saying that in the case of my acquaintance, they did not acknowledge that drugs could possibly be a problem at their school.
KEGS, would appear to be an excellent school, where boys are accepted by both staff and peers for who they are and will be (not who the school thinks they should become!) and all the boys I have known that have gone to KEGS have been very happy and, equally importantly, very nice young men.
Hope this helps.
Good luck if you apply.