The beginning of the academic year in 2018 marked the 20th anniversary of girls officially joining the King’s School. We celebrated 20 Years of Girls at King’s with a series of articles, profiles and speakers. Female students first joined King’s in the Sixth Form in 1998, and quickly became a vital part of life at the school. By 2003 King’s had become fully co-ed, welcoming girls from 7 to 18 years of age. Then in 2015, our infants school, Willow Lodge, opened its doors. To celebrate this milestone, and inspire our current pupils, we want to hear the stories of our past female pupils. Our students gain a great deal from hearing about the personal and professional experiences of recent alumni and in this special year of celebrations, we want to highlight the achievements of the hundreds of girls who have now attended King’s. We know they now enjoy great success in a huge range of careers and fields of study, and we want to hear all about it! If you are one of the hundreds of female students to have attended King’s we’d love to hear from you – let us know what you’re up to now and what you’ve achieved since leaving King’s!
To read our profiles, please visit 20 Years of Girls at King’s – profiles.
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