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Godalming Grammar School

Godalming Grammar School
Established 1930
Closed 1978
Type Grammar school
Location Tuesley Lane
Local authority Surrey
Gender Co-educational
Ages 11–18
Destiny Became Godalming College

Godalming Grammar School was a state-funded selective grammar School taking both boys and girls, situated in Tuesley Lane, Godalming, England.


  • History 1
  • Alumni 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4


The school was founded in 1930. It was also known as Godalming County Grammar School. In 1978, it closed as a grammar school and became Godalming College, a sixth form college.



External links

  • History of Godalming Grammar School and Godalming College
  • Old Godhelmians Association
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