The Gregg School

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The Gregg School
Motto Vestigia Nulla Retrorsum (Latin: "No stepping back")
Established 1901
Type Independent day school
Head Mistress S Sellers
Location Southampton
SO18 2GF
United Kingdom
50°55′52″N 1°21′29″W / 50.931°N 1.358°W / 50.931; -1.358Coordinates: 50°55′52″N 1°21′29″W / 50.931°N 1.358°W / 50.931; -1.358
Students 300~
Gender Coeducational
Ages 11–16
Colours Sky Blue & Navy Blue

The Gregg School is a non-selective coeducational independent day school in Townhill Park, Southampton, Hampshire, UK. It is currently situated on the estate of Townhill Park House. Founded in Southampton in 1901 it now has a roll of over 300 and over 50 staff. The Gregg School is not a fully academically selective school. Selection is made through an entry assessment and references from the student’s previous school. The School's head, Mr Hart retired in 2010 after 39 years of service and was replaced by Mrs Sellers, a former Head Girl at the School and formerly the School's Deputy Headteacher.[1] The school's trust also owns St Winifred's School, an independent school for 2-11 year olds also based in Southampton, currently one of the top 100 Preparatory schools in the country.

Former pupils[edit]

The school's alumni include Millvina Dean, last survivor of the RMS Titanic and Sally Matthews, British opera singer.

The school has recently[when?] started an Alumni Association[2][dead link] which has held two successful reunion events, with more events planned. The Alumni Association publishes a bi-annual newsletter, the Gregorian, which contains news and coverage of Alumni and School events.


  1. ^ "The Gregg School Southampton. Co-educational independent day School, Hampshire". Retrieved 2012-02-01. 
  2. ^ "The Gregg School Alumni Association". Retrieved 2012-02-01. 

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