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Welcoming Girls

We welcome girls into our Sixth Form and they comprise a significant and highly successful cohort of our students. 

The unique environment and friendly atmosphere at St Albans School encourages girls to gain in confidence in a co-educational environment and makes an ideal transition from school to university.

Girls participate fully in the vast range of co-curricular activities on offer, many of which may be new to them, such as the CCF (Combined Cadet Force), mountaineering and a wide variety of sports. They enjoy the challenge and sense of achievement which these present.

"Although joining Sixth Form as a girl was a seemingly daunting experience, I was enticed by the exceptional opportunities and high level of teaching St Albans School has to offer. Since coming here in 2021, I have been fortunate enough to be able to take part in the impressive number of cocurricular activities that occur daily. Especially in music – the wide variety of ensembles that I have participated in and the quality of concerts I have played in has been incredible. I am thoroughly enjoying my time at St Albans School."
Millie, Upper Sixth Form

"My move to St Albans School has been really enjoyable. I came from a school which had a similar dynamic in terms of
there being a larger ratio of boys, but my year was small. At St Albans School, the year group is significantly bigger which
is great as it allowed me to meet a range of like-minded new friends. The transition to the School was smooth. We were
each allocated an Upper Sixth Form buddy to help us settle in and find our way. The teachers consistently check up on you to make sure you are ok. St Albans School has definitely provided a foundation for girls to be able to thrive
Ameerah, Upper Sixth Form

"Obviously, when starting at any new school there are feelings of doubt and nervousness, which I definitely felt, especially
considering I moved from an all-girls school. However, St Albans School has such a welcoming and understanding community that makes me feel like I really belong here.
Bea, Upper Sixth Form