Sydenham High School

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This article is about the school in England. For the school in Canada, see Sydenham High School, Ontario.
Sydenham High School
Established 1887
Headteacher Mrs KC Woodcock
Location 19 Westwood Hill
SE26 6BL
Coordinates: 51°25′38″N 0°03′46″W / 51.4273°N 0.0629°W / 51.4273; -0.0629
Students 600
Gender Girls
Ages 4–18

Sydenham High School is an independent school for 4- to 18-year-old girls located in London, England.[1] Sydenham High School was founded by the Girls’ Public Day School Trust in 1887.[2] Since then, the original school of 20 pupils has been transformed into a school of 600 girls. The school is separated into the senior and junior schools, each with a separate site located close to one another on Westwood Hill, Sydenham.

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