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Wycombe High School (Girls)
Marlow Hill, HP11 1TB, UK High Wycombe
+44 (0)1494 523961

A very warm welcome to Wycombe High School's Website

Founded in 1901, we are a girls’ grammar school with students aged from 11 to 18. We have six forms of entry and take girls from a wide area and over fifty primary schools, both state and private. Our 1380 students, including nearly 400 in the Sixth Form, and 140 staff, including over 90 teachers, are housed on a large, attractive site overlooking the town of High Wycombe.

We are proud of our tradition of providing a stimulating education within a friendly and supportive community. Our broad curriculum and excellent teaching encourage intellectual, creative, technological and physical growth. We aim to develop our students’ ability to think independently, solve problems, communicate and live happy and fulfilling lives.

For this to happen, learning must take place outside the classroom, as well as in lessons. We offer a wide range of extra-curricular activities, encouraging every girl to extend herself through the performing arts, sport, community service and much besides.

We always remember that the young women who leave our school will help to shape the twenty first century. They will need to be resilient, imaginative, courageous and confident.

I hope that you will find much to interest you in these pages. If you would like to know more about our school, come to visit us. You will be very welcome.

Jane Wainwright



A huge range of extra-curricular activities take place at Wycombe High School.

These include sport, music, drama, gynmastics, dance, Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme, Young Enterprise, World Challenge, First Challenge debating and much more. There are also regular meetings of the Christian Union and the Islamic Union.

The school has regular
concerts, plays, musicalsand other productions.




In this section you will find copies of some of Wycombe High School’s policies, procedures including our code of conduct, school uniform details, anti-bullying policy, timing of the school day and complaints policy.

Please click on links to see copies of these documents.

Click here to see this website's copyright statement and photograph policy.


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