The High School

The High School may refer to:

  • The High School, Dublin — Dublin, Ireland
  • The High School of Dundee — Dundee, Scotland
  • The Royal High School — Edinburgh, Scotland
  • The High School of Glasgow — Glasgow, Scotland

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