Mill Hill School

Mill Hill School is a 13–18 co-educational private, day and boarding school in Mill Hill, London, England. The school was founded in 1807 by a group of merchants and ministers.
Mill Hill School sits on a 120-acre site, part of which formed the gardens of a famous botanist Peter Collinson. He was one of the most important importers of rare and exotic plants into English gardens. Many of the species that he introduced to Mill Hill in the 18th century continue to grow today in the grounds of the School.

Mill Hill School provides additional options for students who speak English as a second language, with an International school for students age 13 to 17. At the international school students can study a two year GCSE program to develop English before continueing with A levels. Transfer to Mill Hill school is subject to placement tests.

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