Greek Secondary School of London
Template:Infobox UK school The Greek Secondary School of London is a coeducational independent school for children aged 13 to 18, located in the north London suburb of Wood Green. It was established in 1983 by the Greek embassy and provides a traditional Greek education leading to the Greek high school diploma (Apolytirio Lykeiou). In 2005, the school had 42 students enrolled age 15 and older, according to the Guardian. 
It was moved to the church of Panagia in Wood Green from the original location in Acton in the mid-1990s. It then moved to its current location in Wood Green (just across the road). Its educational system follows the Greek curriculum, offering the Apolytirion of Gymnasion (equivalent to junior high or a number of GCSEs) and the Apolytirion of Lykeion (equivalent to senior high or a number of A-Levels). All the classes are taught in Greek except for English and other language courses which are offered from time to time. It is a follow-on school to the Greek Primary School of London, which is still located in the old location of 3 Pierrepoint Road, West Acton.