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High master is the term used, in place of the more conventional "headmaster", "head teacher" or "principal", to denote the head teachers of two English independent schools: Manchester Grammar School and St Paul's School in London.
The equivalent high mistress is used for female headteachers at some independent schools, including St Paul's Girls' School and Abercorn School.

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