Girls School

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Ruabon Grammar School - Girls School
... In 1922 a secondary school for girls, later to be known as the Ruabon Grammar School for Girls, was built adjacent to the boys' school ... This was housed in temporary wooden buildings and remained so until a new school was opened, opposite the boys' school, in 1962 ... The school's Welsh motto was Gorau Trysor Enw Da (English The Best Treasure is a Good Name) ...
Bishops Hatfield Girls School - Notable Alumni
... Tracey Thorn from Everything But The Girl studied at the school ... Schools in Hertfordshire Primary Ashtree Bengeo Cuffley Grove Road Highover JMI How Wood Little Munden Ralph Sadleir Middle School St Catherine's CE Samuel Ryder Academy ... Michael's Catholic High School Samuel Ryder Academy Sandringham School The Sele School Sheredes School Simon Balle School Sir Frederic Osborn School Sir John Lawes School St Albans Girls' School Stanborough School ...
List Of Schools In East Sussex - Independent Schools - Secondary Schools
... Buckswood School Guestling Mixed, non-selective ... Yes Yes Darvell School Robertsbridge Mixed, non-selective ... Greenfields School Forest Row Mixed, non-selective ...
St Albans Girls' School
... St Albans Girls' School, usually referred to as STAGS, is a girls secondary school in St Albans, Hertfordshire ... It was formerly known as "St Albans Girls' Grammar School" or STAGGS ... It is one of three all-girls school in St Albans, the others being Loreto College and St Albans High School for Girls the latter is private and selective ...
SMK Convent Taiping - History
... Convent Taiping School was originally a Catholic girls school for students of all races regardless of religion, with motto Simple in Virtue and Steadfast in Duty ... The school was founded by Rev ... request from the Catholic families for a girls school in Taiping ...

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