- 1904 - 1988 (Creation)
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Opened in September 1904 as The Borough Secondary School for Girls in the premises of the South Norwood branch of Croydon Polytechnic. The school moved to The Crescent, Selhurst in 1910, but returned to its earlier location during Wold War One, while the new school building was in use as a hospital. Renamed Selhurst Grammar School for Girls in 1922. In 1939, the school was evacuated to Hove, moved to Virginia Water in 1940 and later to The Beeches at Guildford. The school became an age 14+ comprehensive from 1971, becoming known as Selhurst High School for Girls. It closed, because of falling rolls and reorganisation, in 1988.
Retrospectively accessioned 13 August 2001.
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Accession Number: A653
Records of Selhurst High School for Girls
Item date: 1904 - 1988
Depositor's Name: The Head Teacher, Selhurst High School for Girls
Custodial history: Retrospectively accessioned 13 August 2001.
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