To prepare for leadership roles in society, every girl is expected to take on a position of responsibility during her time at the High School. This emphasis on service to others takes many guises, including: running a club or society; Digital Leaders, who ensure safe use of social media and the Internet; House Prefects for Years 7 and 8, who listen to students’ concerns and can offer guidance; School Council, who help to make decisions about things at school such as uniform; Youth Health Champions, who act as ambassadors for positive mental health in school and House Captains, who enthuse and lead one of the four school Houses. There are also opportunities to become sports captains; orchestral, choir and band leaders; and the School Officers who are at the heart of the daily workings of the school.
20 September 2019
RT @STAHSLibrary: Is it Christmas? It certainly looks like it. Look at all these wonderful new fiction and non-fiction books for the Librar…
22 August 2019
St Albans High School for Girls (STAHS) is celebrating stellar exam success in GCSEs this year, with over 90% of grades awarded at 9-7.