Shrewsbury School – Co-education 201430.05.2012
Shrewsbury has always been one of the great schools of England, ever since its royal foundation in 1552 by King Edward VI, and it was recognised as one of the leading independent schools by the Clarendon Commission in the last century.
Shrewsbury School now take 50 girls and 25 boys into Co-educational Sixth Form each year.
School is moving towards full co-education. Building on the outstanding success of the introduction of girls into Sixth Form in 2008, girls will be welcomed at Third Form level (aged 13) from 2014. In September it will be only two years away from the moment in 2014 when school accept girls into Year 9.
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