|St. Ignatius College (Enfield)|
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St. Ignatius College (Enfield) is a Jesuit secondary school located in the United Kingdom in Enfield. It was founded in 1894. St Ignatius' College is the borough's largest Catholic school and one of the best-performing non-selective schools in the borough, at both GCSE and A-Level.
The London Borough of Enfield is the education authority for the district. Education is provided in a mix of community and voluntary aided schools. A number of other private schools are also located in the borough.
Schools in the borough are listed at List of schools in the London Borough of Enfield. In historical terms, among the most significant are The Latymer School in Edmonton and also Enfield Grammar School, which since the 1960s has been a boys' comprehensive, but has retained its original name, and still uses its Tudor building which is now often referred to as the Old Hall.
Middlesex University has three campuses in Enfield: Ponders End, Cat Hill and Trent Park. An associate college of the University, Oak Hill Theological College is also located in the borough.
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Turkey Street; Enfield, EN1 4NP, United Kingdom.