Address1 Waverley Place, London NW8 0NP
Telephone: +44 20 7449 1200
Gender: Co-educational
Teaching language: English
Ages: 4 to 18


The American School in London (ASL) had humble beginnings in 1951 when an American journalist founded a school of just 13 students, holding lessons in his flat. Today, ASL is rated 'outstanding' by Ofsted and has a student body of more than 1,400 pupils hailing from over 70 countries worldwide.

Applications for admission to ASL must be submitted by January of each year. The school doesn't have a waitlist, but rather operates on a wait pool. If a place becomes available, students are selected from the pool according to a number of factors. Families who miss the initial application deadline have until mid-March to apply for a spot in the wait pool. 

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