Getting to School
Despite our name Croydon High School has been located in Selsdon since our move from central Croydon in 1966. Selsdon is a quiet, pleasant town in the southern suburbs of the London Borough of Croydon.
We have good parking facilities on-site and in residential roads around the school.
We operate an efficient drop-off system for parents choosing to drive their children to school, which has been designed to minimise congestion and maximise pupils’ safety.
We also have a cycle rack for pupils who wish to cycle to school.
Public Transport Links
Our nearest train stations are South Croydon and Sanderstead, with the central hub of East Croydon just about 20 minutes away by bus. There are also good bus and tram links with the nearest tram stop just a short bus ride away at Gravel Hill.
Students between the ages of 11 and 16, who live within the London Borough of Croydon, enjoy free travel on buses and trams and so many girls take advantage of this and travel to school by bus.
Bus routes 433, 64, 409, 359 and 412 all have stops within a short walk from the school gates.
School Minibus Routes
The school operates a number of minibus routes and will always endeavour to accommodate new requests within our existing network, or, where demand arises to introduce new routes.
A return journey costs £7 per day with a single charged at £4.50.
Currently we offer return routes from the following areas:
- Banstead via Coulsdon and Caterham
- Wallington via Purley and South Croydon
- Addiscombe and Shirley
- Beckenham and Bromley
- Oxted and Woldingham
For full details of current routes or to discuss future routes, please contact the Senior Admissions team.
A map of the area and driving directions can be downloaded here.