Lists of girls' schools

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

Antigua and Barbuda

Australia

Azerbaijan

Former

Bahrain

Note that government schools in this country are separated by gender. [1]

  • AAli Intermediate Girls
  • AAli Primary Girls
  • Ain Jaloot Primary Girls
  • Aisha Umm Al-Moemeneen Primary Girls
  • Al Ahad Al zaher Secondary Girls
  • Al Estiqlal Secondary Girls
  • Al Marefa Secondary Girls
  • Al Wafaa Secondary Girls
  • Al-Andalus Primary Girls
  • Al-Belad Al-Qadeem Primary Girls
  • Al-Budaiyya Primary Intermediate Girls
  • Al-Busaiteen Primary Girls
  • Al-Daih Primary Intermediate Girls
  • Al-Dair Primary Intermediate Girls
  • Al-Duraz Intermediate Girls
  • Al-Duraz Primary Girls
  • Al-Hidd Intermediate Girls
  • Al-Hidd Secondary Girls
  • Al-Hunaineya Primary Girls
  • Al-Khaleej Al-Arabi Primary Intermediate Girls
  • Al-Khansa Primary Girls
  • Al-Manhal Primary Girls
  • Al-Muharraq Primary Girls
  • Al-Nabeeh Saleh Primary Girls
  • Al-Noor Secondary Girls
  • Al-Nuzha Primary Girls
  • Al-Orouba Primary Girls
  • Al-Qadsiah Primary Girls
  • Al-Qayrawan Intermediate Girls
  • Al-Qudes Primary Girls
  • Al-Rawdha Primary Girls
  • Al-Safa Primary Girls
  • Al-Salam Primary Girls
  • Al-Sanabis Intermediate Girls
  • Al-Sanabis Primary Girls
  • Al-Sehlah Primary Girls
  • Al-Shorooq Secondary Girls
  • Al-Tadamon Secondary Girls
  • Al-Zallaq Primary Intermediate Girls
  • Al-nowaidrat Primary Girls
  • Almustaqbal Primary Girls
  • Aminah Bint Wahab Primary Girls
  • Arad Intermediate Girls
  • Arad Primary Girls
  • Asma That Alnetaqain Primary Girls
  • Bahrain Vocational Secondary
  • Bait Al-Hekmah Primary Girls
  • Balqees Primary Girls
  • Buri Primary Girls
  • Busaiteen Intermediate Girls
  • Dr.Ghazi Al Gusaybi Secondary Girls
  • East Riffa Intermediate Girls
  • East Riffa Primary Girls
  • Fatima Bint Alkhattab Primary Girls
  • Fatima Bint Asad Primary Girls
  • Gharnata Primary Girls
  • Hafsa Um Almoumineen Primary Girls
  • Hajer Primary Girls
  • Halima Al-Saadeyya Intermediate Girls
  • Hamad Town Intermediate Girls
  • Hamad Town Primary Girls
  • Hamad Town Secondary Girls
  • Isa Town Intermediate Girls
  • Isa Town Secondary Girls
  • Jidhafs Secondary Girls
  • Karrana Primary Girls
  • Khadija Al-Kubra Intermediate Girls
  • Khawlah Secondary Girls
  • Malkiya Primary Intermediate Girls
  • Mariam Bint Omran Primary Girls
  • Muharraq Secondary Girls
  • Nasiba Bint Kaab Primary Girls
  • Omaima Bint Al Noaman Secondary Girls
  • Qurtoba Intermediate Girls
  • Rabiaa Al-Adaweyia Primary Girls
  • Ruqaya Primary Girls
  • Saar Primary Girls
  • Saar Secondary Girls
  • Saba Primary Girls
  • Safeyia Bint Abdulmuttalib Primary Girls
  • Safrah Primary Intermediate Girls
  • Sakeena Bint Al-Hussain Primary Girls
  • Salmabad Primary Girls
  • Sanad Primary Girls
  • Shahrakkan Primary Girls
  • Shaikha Moza Bint Hamad Al Khalifa Intermediate Girls
  • Shaikha Moza Bint Hamad Al Khalifa Primary Girls
  • Shaikha Moza Bint Hamad Al Khalifa Secondary Girls
  • Sitra Intermediate Girls
  • Sitra Primary Girls
  • Sitra Secondary Girls
  • Sumayia Primary Girls
  • Tubli Primary Girls
  • Tulaitela Primary Girls
  • Um Al-Qura Primary Intermediate Girls
  • Um Ayman Primary Girls
  • Um Kalthoom Intermediate Girls
  • Um Salama Intermediate Secondary Girls
  • West Rifaa Secondary Girls
  • West Riffa Intermediate Girls
  • West Riffa Primary Girls
  • Yathreb Intermediate Girls
  • Zainab Intermediate Girls
  • Zannoobia Intermediate Girls

Bangladesh

Chittagong Division
Dhaka Division
Khulna Division
Mymensingh Division
Rajshahi Division
Rangpur Division

Bermuda

Cameroon

Canada

Alberta

British Columbia

Vancouver
Victoria

Manitoba

Nova Scotia

Former

Ontario

Brampton
Mississauga
Ottawa
Toronto

Former:

Quebec

Gatineau (Ottawa area)
Montreal

China

This list covers Mainland China only. For Hong Kong and Macau see their respective lists. For schools in the Taiwan area, including the island of Taiwan, go to "Taiwan (Republic of China)"

Former:

Cyprus

Former

Denmark

Now coeducational
Former

Egypt

Finland

Former

Germany

Hesse
North Rhine-Westphalia
Former

Ghana

Ashanti Region
Brong-Afaho Region
Central Region
Eastern Region
Greater Accra Region
Northern Region
Upper East Region
Upper West Region
Volta Region
Western Region
Now coeducational

Gibraltar

Guam

Former girls' schools

Guernsey

Hong Kong

Former girls' schools

India

Iran

Since the Iranian Revolution government schools have been divided by gender

Former

Iraq

Baghdad

Al Mutamayizeen Secondary has girls' schools.

Ireland (Republic of)

Connacht
Leinster
Munster
Ulster
Former girls' schools

Israel

Italy

Former

Jamaica

Japan

Aichi Prefecture
Chiba Prefecture
Hyōgo Prefecture
Kanagawa Prefecture
Kobe Prefecture
Kumamoto Prefecture
Miyagi Prefecture
Osaka Prefecture
Shizuoka Prefecture
Tokyo Metropolis
Former girls' school buildings

Jersey

Jordan

Former:

Kenya

North Korea

South Korea

Busan
Daegu
Incheon
Gyeonggi Province
Jeju Province
Sejong City
Seoul
South Chungcheong Province

Macau

Nossa Senhora de Fátima

Malaysia

Johor
Kuala Lumpur
Negeri Sembilan
Penang
Perak
Sabah
Selangor

Mauritius

Mexico

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

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

Myanmar (Burma)

Mandalay

New Zealand

Auckland Region
Bay of Plenty Region
Canterbury
Hawke's Bay Region
Marlborough Region
Manawatū-Whanganui
Otago
Taranaki
Waikato
Wellington Region
???
  • Craighead Diocesan School
  • Saint Kentigern School for Girls
  • Selwyn House
  • Taranaki Diocesan School for Girls
  • Woodford House

Nigeria

Edo State
Enugu State
Imo State
Kwara State
Lagos State
Niger State
Ogun State
Osun State
Rivers State

Pakistan

Balochistan
Punjab
Sindh

Palestine

Note that Schmidt's Girls College is in East Jerusalem which is under Israel control and is claimed by Palestine.

Peru

Philippines

Metro Manila
Rizal
Became coeducational
Closed

Qatar

Former

Sierra Leone

Singapore

South Africa

Eastern Cape
Free State
Gauteng
KwaZulu-Natal
Western Cape

Spain

Community of Madrid
Former

Sweden

Former

Switzerland

Former

Taiwan (Republic of China)

Hsinchu
Kaohsiung
Tainan
Taipei

Tanzania

Thailand

Bangkok
Nakhon Ratchasima Province

Previously girls' schools:

Turkey

Became coeducational
Closed
  • Istanbul Girls High School
  • Zappeion (Constantinople, now Istanbul) - Established in 1875, it was a school for girls catering to the Greek population. Ayşe Sıdıka Hanım [tr], an ethnic Turk, attended this school. Johann Strauss, author of "Language and power in the late Ottoman Empire," described it as "prestigious".[8]

United Arab Emirates

Abu Dhabi
Dubai

United Kingdom

United States

Vietnam

Formerly all girls

Zambia

Zimbabwe

Harare
Bulawayo
Other

By former countries

Ottoman Empire

  • Aidin Vilayet
  • Constantinople Vilayet
    • American Academy for Girls (now Üsküdar American Academy) (Constantinople, now Istanbul)
    • Zappeion (Constantinople, now Istanbul) - Established in 1875, it was a school for girls catering to the Greek population. Ayşe Sıdıka Hanım [tr], an ethnic Turk, attended this school. Johann Strauss, author of "Language and power in the late Ottoman Empire," described it as "prestigious".[8]
  • Mutasarrifate of Jerusalem

See also

References

  1. ^ "Directory Government Schools". Ministry of Education (Bahrain). Retrieved 2020-04-28. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link) - Arabic version
  2. ^ Home. Our Lady of Fatima Girls' School. Retrieved on April 15, 2017.
  3. ^ "Escola Nossa Senhora de Fátima." Education and Youth Affairs Bureau (Macau). Retrieved on April 9, 2017. "Endereço : RUA DA MIOSSAO DA FATIMA" – Chinese profile: "學校地址: 台山花地瑪教會街"
  4. ^ "Home". Ebène State Secondary School (Girls). Retrieved 2021-02-03. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  5. ^ http://www.storans.school.nz/
  6. ^ Home. AES School for Girls. Retrieved on 27 April 2020.
  7. ^ "Home". Holy Family School of Quezon City. Retrieved 2021-02-03. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  8. ^ a b Strauss, Johann (2016-07-07). "Language and power in the late Ottoman Empire". In Murphey, Rhoads (ed.). Imperial Lineages and Legacies in the Eastern Mediterranean: Recording the Imprint of Roman, Byzantine and Ottoman Rule. Routledge. p. 139. ISBN 9781317118459. - Old ISBN 1317118456.

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