St Albans - Schools


The secondary schools in the area are:

  • Beaumont School
  • Loreto College (Roman Catholic, girls)
  • Marlborough School
  • Nicholas Breakspear School (Roman Catholic)
  • Sandringham School
  • St Albans Girls' School (girls 11-18, boys 16-18)
  • Samuel Ryder Academy (All-through school 4-19)
  • Townsend School (Church of England)
  • Verulam School (boys 11-18, girls 16-18)
  • St Albans School (boys 11-18, girls 16-18)
  • St Albans High School for Girls (Church of England, girls)
  • St Columba's College (Roman Catholic, boys)

The primary schools in the area are:

  • Alban City School (Free School)
  • Abbey C of E Voluntary Aided Primary (Church of England)
  • Aboyne Lodge
  • Bernards Heath Infant
  • Bernards Heath Junior
  • Camp Primary and Nursery
  • Cunningham Hill Infant
  • Cunningham Hill Junior
  • Fleetville Infant & Nursery
  • Fleetville JM
  • Garden Fields JMI
  • Killigrew Junior School
  • Mandeville Primary (St Albans)
  • Maple School
  • Margaret Wix Primary
  • St Adrian's RC Primary School & Nursery (Roman Catholic)
  • St Alban & St Stephen Catholic Infant & Nursery (Roman Catholic)
  • St Alban & St Stephen Catholic Junior (Roman Catholic)
  • St Michael's C of E VA Primary (St Albans) (Church of England)
  • St Peter's (St Albans)
  • Wheatfields Infants' and Nursery
  • Wheatfields Junior
  • Windermere Primary

St Albans is the location of two campuses of Oaklands College and of a campus of the University of Hertfordshire.

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