at Townsend Avenue, Saint Albans, AL1 3SJ United Kingdom
Independent day school for girls between the ages of four and eighteen
We are a selective, independent day school for girls aged 4 to 18 years, which is affiliated to the Church of England. The younger girls enjoy the rural surroundings of our Preparatory School in the delightful village of Wheathampstead, just three miles from St Albans, with those from Year 7 upwards based at the Senior School in the heart of this historic city. Founded in 1889, the School has close links with the Diocese of St Albans through the Bishop, who is Visitor to the School, and the Dean, who is honorary vice-Chair of the Governing Body. The teachings of the Christian church inform our work here, but we are by no means exclusively Anglican and we welcome girls of all or no faiths into our community. As a pupil at our school, your daughter will be encouraged in the pursuit of individual excellence. She will receive the stimulus and support to develop her academic abilities to the full, to explore and participate in a wide range of activities and to recognise and celebrate her talents and achievements. We look forward to hearing from you and can assure you that, whether you choose to visit us on one of our Open Days or would prefer to come and see us in the course of a working day, you will be most welcome.
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The High School and St Albans School joint Choral Society concert tonight at the Cathedral and Abbey Church of St Alban promises to be magnificent - programme includes Jenkins' 'The Armed Man - A Mass for Peace', Walton's 'Spitfire Prelude and Fugue' and pieces from Harris and Vaughan Williams.
Pro Corda Competition - The Li String Quartet (May, Rosie, Anna and Alice) performed the Scherzo from Tchaikovsky’s String Quartet in A minor Opus 11 in the preliminary round held at Felsted School and won through to the semi-final held on Wednesday at St Helen’s School in Abingdon. On both occasions the girls played with panache and flair. The adjudicators commented on their excellent tuning and how they managed to keep the tempo. The enthusiasm of the girls was palpable. In addition, the Huggett String Quartet played Beethoven beautifully at the SE Schools' Chamber Competition on 1 March.
Headmistress' Blog: ‘Erroring’ – Come on, girls – get it wrong! Why failure is the new success http://www.stahs.org.uk/Heads-Blog-1
Ms Bradnam's blog post - The things we value http://ow.ly/I0FK2
We are delighted to welcome all new students who begin their educational journey with us at St Albans High School for Girls this week.
Head's Blog: Levelling with you… I’m going to level with you in a way you can probably only do on the back of the kind of superb A Level results our 2015 leavers have just achieved. Here’s the deal, A Level results don’t matter very much... http://ow.ly/R8MUc
St Albans High School History department welcomes Heads of History from 19 schools for our first cluster meeting this afternoon.
St Albans High School for Girls is honoured to celebrate Founders' Day today with the birth of the Royal princess.