St George's Catholic Secondary School was officially opened on St George's Day, 23 April 1959, as a three-form entry mixed school "in order to meet the needs of the children of the Catholic community of Southampton." The architects were Richard Sheppard, Robson and Partners, and the builders Brazier and Son Ltd.
The school stopped enrolling girls in 1967, and by 1971 it had become a single sex boys' school with a catchment area that included Fawley and Hythe, Fareham, and Winchester.
In 2013 it became co-educational again.

There was an earlier St George's School, run by La Sainte Union nuns at Clifton House 1907-1913.


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