St George's School, Birmingham

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St George's School
Established 1999 (merger)
Type Independent day school
Headmaster Mr Gary Neal
Location 31 Calthorpe Road
B15 1RX
Coordinates: 52°28′05″N 1°55′16″W / 52.4681°N 1.9210°W / 52.4681; -1.9210
Local authority Birmingham
DfE number 330/6000
DfE URN 103564 Tables
Students 360~
Gender Coeducational
Ages 3–18

St George’s School is a non-selective independent day school in Edgbaston, Birmingham, England for girls and boys aged 3 to 18. It is located near St George's Church and consists of a lower school, an upper school and a sixth form.


It was founded in 1999 from the merger of two schools: Edgbaston Church of England College for Girls, founded in 1886 and Edgbaston College, founded at the end of the nineteenth century. The school is situated one mile from the centre of Birmingham and occupies a six-acre site.

The school has a Christian foundation which aims to embrace Christian values in all the students do. Its ethos statement recognises that the school community reflects the multi-cultural diversity of Birmingham and that this has a significant influence on the way the school applies its Christian values.

School Organisation[edit]

It is divided into the lower school, including the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) for the youngest children, and the upper school, including the sixth form.

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