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The Mount, Mill Hill International is a coeducational independent day and boarding school located in Mill Hill, North London and forms part of the Mill Hill School Foundation, close to the main Mill Hill School site. Boarding Houses are shared with Mill Hill pupils, and the international pupils have full use of the Senior School’s facilities. The Mount School was an independent GSA day school for girls aged 3–16. It was founded with 10 pupils in 1925 by Mary McGregor in North Grove, Highgate Village. The number of pupils increased gradually and in 1935 it relocated to Mill Hill.

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  • The Mount, Mill Hill International is a coeducational independent day and boarding school located in Mill Hill, North London and forms part of the Mill Hill School Foundation, close to the main Mill Hill School site. Boarding Houses are shared with Mill Hill pupils, and the international pupils have full use of the Senior School’s facilities. The premises was previously occupied as a girls’ day school, The Mount, until July 2014. In December 2013 it was announced that The Mount merged with the Mill Hill School Foundation. The £4,000,000 renovation project involved the complete refurbishment of all classrooms, the re-landscaping of the grounds, the updating of the science facilities and a new IT and food technology suite. The Mount School was an independent GSA day school for girls aged 3–16. It was founded with 10 pupils in 1925 by Mary McGregor in North Grove, Highgate Village. The number of pupils increased gradually and in 1935 it relocated to Mill Hill. (en)
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  • The Mount, Mill Hill International is a coeducational independent day and boarding school located in Mill Hill, North London and forms part of the Mill Hill School Foundation, close to the main Mill Hill School site. Boarding Houses are shared with Mill Hill pupils, and the international pupils have full use of the Senior School’s facilities. The Mount School was an independent GSA day school for girls aged 3–16. It was founded with 10 pupils in 1925 by Mary McGregor in North Grove, Highgate Village. The number of pupils increased gradually and in 1935 it relocated to Mill Hill. (en)
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