Selected Old StopfordiansSee also: Category:People educated at Bishop Stopford's School at Enfield
- Shy FX is among the pioneers of jungle drum'n'bass, with earliest record "Jungle Love" released in 1992.
- Ruth Symes became a children's author, writing books such as Carnegie Medal nominated The Master Of Secrets, Smelly Sock Soup, Little Tail, and Floppy Ears, and for the television programme The Hoobs.
- Winston Marche became a professional musician, playing drums for among others, Bob Dylan
- Dr Andrew Wright became a senior lecturer in religious and theological education at King's College, London and is the co-ordinator of the Centre For Theology, Religion And Culture (CFTRAC)at that college.
- Anton Blackwood, St Albans City footballer & Antigua and Barbuda national team player.
- Jonathan Obika, Tottenham Hotspur footballer.
- Jason Banton, Crystal Palace U21 footballer.
- James Fountain (Year 12 2011), Grimethorpe Colliery Band Principal cornet player.
- Paul Barber (soccer administrator) - Former Communications Director of The Football Association, Executive Director of Tottenham Hotspur FC, Chief Executive of Vancouver Whitecaps FC in Major League Soccer in North America, and currently Chief Executive of Brighton & Hove Albion FC.
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