Stanborough School (GB)

A coeducational day and boarding school under the direction of the British Union Conference, operating on a senior high school level and offering some junior college work. The school, situated on a beautiful estate, in facilities completely rebuilt in 1974 (elementary) and 1991 (secondary and boarding), is about 20 miles (32 kilometers) northwest of London. Stanborough School, which began as an elementary department of Stanborough Missionary College, was opened in the autumn of 1918 by Miss A. V. Middleton, assisted by Miss L. Lewis (later Mrs. S. Bevan), with an enrollment of nine. Shortly before Christmas this elementary department was adopted by the Watford church as a church school, and in January 1919 a second room was required to care for the needs of its pupils. By September the enr...

From the Seventh-day Adventist Encyclopedia. Published with permission from the Review and Herald Publishing Association.

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