Lists of boys' schools

Here are lists of schools which only admit boys, or those which only admit boys at certain levels/years/grades, or those which follow the Diamond Schools model (separating students by gender at points), by country.

Australia

Australian Capital Territory
New South Wales
Queensland
Victoria
Former boys' schools

Austria

Now coeducational

Azerbaijan

Former

Brunei

Canada

British Columbia

Vancouver

Ontario

Toronto

Former:

Quebec

Former

Cyprus

Former

Ethiopia

Fiji

France

Gibraltar

Greece

  • Fifth Boys Gymnasium of Thessaloniki (closed)

A non-profit public secondary school in the city of Thessaloniki's Analipsi neighborhood, comprised 3-year junior high school and 3-year high school (six-grade), and also Higher Education entrance education. Previous was the Villa Mehmet Kapandji, today is The Cultural Centre of Education Foundation of National Bank of Greece.

Guam

Guernsey

Hong Kong

Became coeducational

Hungary

India

Please see, Category:Boys' schools in India.

Iran

Since the Iranian Revolution government schools have been divided by gender

Iraq

Baghdad

Al Mutamayizeen Secondary has boys' schools.

Jamaica

Japan

Kanagawa Prefecture
Gifu Prefecture
Saitama Prefecture
Tokyo
Former

Jersey

Kenya

South Korea

Lebanon

Became coeducational

Luxembourg

Now coeducational

Malaysia

Malta

Mauritius

Mexico

Irish Institute in the State of Mexico has a separate campus for boys.

Universidad Panamericana Preparatoria in Mexico City has a separate campus for boys.

Namibia

Former boys schools

Nepal

New Zealand

Auckland Region
Bay of Plenty Region
Canterbury region
Gisborne Region
Hawke's Bay Region
Manawatū-Whanganui
Marlborough Region
Northland Region
Otago region
Southland region
Taranaki Region
Tasman District
Waikato region
Wellington Region

Nigeria

Abia State
Akwa Ibom State
Anambra State
Benue State
Ebonyi State
Imo State
Lagos State
Ogun State
Oyo State
Plateau State

Pakistan

Government schools in this country are divided by gender

Saudi Arabia

Government schools in this country are divided by gender

Singapore

South Africa

Eastern Cape
Free State
Gauteng
KwaZulu-Natal
Northern Cape
North West
Western Cape

Taiwan (Republic of China)

Tanzania

Turkey

Now coeducational
Moved

Uganda

United Kingdom

United States

Zambia

Former boys' schools

Zimbabwe

By former countries

Ottoman Empire

Adana Vilayet
Adrianople Vilayet
Aydin Vilayet
Constantinople Vilayet
Salonika Vilayet

See also

References

  1. ^ "Home". Ebène State Secondary School (Boys). Retrieved 2020-12-28. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)

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