St George's College, Weybridge

St George's Weybridge
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Motto Amore et Labore
(Love and work)
Established 1869
Type Independent day school
Religion Roman Catholic
Headmistress Mrs R. Owens
Chair of Governors Mr M. Davie
Founders Josephites
Location Addlestone
Surrey
KT15 2QS
England
51°22′34″N 0°28′41″W / 51°22′34″N 0°28′41″W / 51.376; -0.478
DfE number 936/6092
Staff 100
Students 941
Gender Co-educational
Ages 11–18
Houses Stirling             
Southcote             
Kilmorey             
Petre             
Colours Maroon and white
         
Publication Review
Former pupils Old Georgians
Website www.stgeorgesweybridge.com
The front of the college

St George's Weybridge are independent mixed Roman Catholic co-educational day schools in Surrey, England taking pupils from 3-18.

History

St George's College was founded by the Josephites as a boys' boarding school. The first girls entered the 6th Form in the 1960s and the school decided to take girls at age 11 in 1998. It absorbed St Maurs, a girls' school run by the Congregation of the Holy Infant Jesus (IJ Sisters) in 2000. The schools are on two campuses, within 0.5 miles (0.80 km), in Addlestone and Weybridge. The former St Maurs campus houses the junior school.

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