Wycombe Abbey

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Wycombe Abbey is a private secondary boarding school for girls in High Wycombe, England. It has the best girls' boarding school exam results in the United Kingdom. 37% of students go to Oxford or Cambridge universities. It was started in 1896 by Dame Frances Gove. The headmistress is Rhiannon Wilkinson. It costs £11,100 per term for boarders.[1] All girls year 7-9 have to learn Latin.[2] It is a Church of England school with its own chapel.[3]

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  1. "Wycombe Abbey". www.wycombeabbey.com.
  2. "Wycombe Abbey". www.wycombeabbey.com.
  3. "Wycombe Abbey". www.wycombeabbey.com.