- INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL FOR GIRLS (ST. HILDA'S), YORK
- YORK INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL FOR GIRLS, LOWTHER STREET, YORK.
Cessation of certification or closure 1932.
The address was Lowther Street from 1884 to 1932, in a house, originally occupied by a colonel of the militia, with adjacent building making a comfortable and homelike setting. Miss Neale was the Matron in 1879 - she had previously been Matron of the BIRMINGHAM GIRLS REFORMATORY SCHOOL
1884 - Superintendent Miss Neale; assistant matron Miss Wright; schoolmistress Miss Smith.
1891 - Superintendent Miss Neal; schoolmistress Miss Noyes; assistant matron Miss Hall.
1900 - Matron Miss Neale; schoolmistress Miss Parkinson; industrial trainer Miss Bradley; sewing mistress Miss Scaife; general assistant Miss Auckland.
1903 - Superintendent Miss Parkinson, Miss Bolton left 23rd December 1902, Miss Chalmers was appointed 5th January 1903.
1913 - Matron Miss Sarah Jane Bell.