Armitage High School
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Armitage School is a school in the Gambia. It was established by Governor Cecil Hamilton Armitage in Georgetown (now known as Janjanbureh) in 1927. After World War II, the school became a post-primary boarding school.
- Education in the Gambia
- List of boarding schools
- List of schools in the Gambia
- Category:Alumni of Armitage High School
- Hughes, Arnold; Perfect, David, eds. (2008). "Armitage School". Historical Dictionary of The Gambia. African Historical Dictionaries. 109. Lanham, Maryland: Scarecrow Press. pp. 8–9.
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