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Listed for deletion
- For schools currently being discussed on AFD, see Wikipedia:Watch/schoolwatch/Schools for deletion archive.
For an archived record of schools previously listed here, please see User:GRider/Schoolwatch/Archive.
Listed on VfU
Deleted without consensus
- Kleb Intermediate School (see WP:VFU#September_26)
- Mansfield Summit High School (see WP:VFU#September_26)
- Woodlands Ring Secondary School (see WP:VFU#September_26)
- Saint Michael's School (Cranford, New Jersey) (see WP:VFU#September_25)
- Wikipedia:Votes for deletion/St. Anne Seattle - A Seattle, Washington private school which opened in 1923. Deleted after the article had been rewritten. → No Consensus
Redirected without consensus
- Bellevue West High School - Highly accredited Nebraskan high school.
- North Kingstown High School - Recently celebrated its 100th anniversary.
Marked for improvement
- Acton Elementary School
- Andover Elementary School - tiny public school in Andover, Maine with a student body of 62. Started as a nanostub; not much info online to back it up. BEEFSTEW comes out to about 4 as it stands.
- Blake Junior High School - Renominated for deletion after no consensus in October 2004, this was once a segregated African American school until 1971.
- Cramlington Community High School - Large award-winning school in Cramlington, England. Hosts a multi-million pound Sports Centre and is also a Science College.
- Elnasr Boys' School - judging from creator's IP, this is an Egyptian school but article is in terrible shape.
- Episcopal High School - Private boarding school founded in 1839.
- Eirias High School - Highly decorated school in North Wales.
- Erinbank Secondary College - Australia
- Franklin High School - Year-round school in East Los Angeles, established in 1916.
- Galashiels Academy - Scottish high school which dates back to 1696.
- Haberdashers' Aske's School for Girls - Established in 1875 by an ancient guild of haberdashers.
- Hamden Middle School - Middle school which was awarded school of the year in 1998 by the state of Connecticut.
- Harlaw Academy - Scottish school with a group of notable alumni, including parliamentarians.
- Katy Taylor High School
- Kent School - Prestigous boarding school established in 1906.
- The Kiski School - The oldest remaining all-male boarding school in the USA.
- Lake Dow Christian Academy - Private Protestant Christian school; student made news on the AP wire for bringing a pipe bomb to class.
- Ngee Ann Secondary School - Originally Tuan Mong High School, taken over by the Ngee Ann Tongsi in 1953.
- Nokomis Regional High School
- Red Lake High School - Target of a 2005 school massacre, located on an indian reservation.
- Stephen Tyng Mather High School - Set on a 13.75 acre campus, more than half of the students at this Chicago Illinois high school speak English as a second language.
- Telstar Regional Middle/High School
- Toowoomba Grammar School - Boarding school established in 1875 which educates reception through 12th.
- Waynflete School
- Woodstock Elementary School
Examples of good articles
- Albany High School, Georgia
- Robert Frost Middle School
- Dr. Michael M. Krop High School
- Ball High School - This is better than most school articles I've seen, but could still do with a bit more work.
- User:GRider/Schoolwatch/Impact -- Is Schoolwatch working?
- Wikipedia:Schools -- An on-going discussion regarding the inclusion of school-related articles.
- Wikipedia:WikiProject Schools
- Wikipedia:Deletion_policy/Lists_of_schools -- Are lists of schools encyclopedic?
- User:Dpbsmith/BEEFSTEW One user's method for scoring school notability. (Not official policy)
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