Waverley School

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Waverley School could refer to any one of several schools:

United Kingdom

Waverley School is a mixed all-through school located in Small Heath, Birmingham, England.

Elsewhere

Waverley College

Waverley College is a dual-campus independent early learning, primary and secondary day school for boys in the tradition of Blessed Edmund Rice, located on Birrell and Henrietta Street in Waverley, in the eastern suburbs of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.

Waverley Girls' High School is a public school for girls located in the suburb of Waverley in Johannesburg, South Africa. It is situated opposite Saint Mary’s School.


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