Dynevor School, Swansea
The memory of the School is maintained in the form of the Old Dy’vorians Association which aims to:
- Provide a means for keeping past pupils and staff of the School in touch with one another.
- Take an interest in supporting educational development in Swansea and its environs by using the skills.
- Garner and conserve material relating to the history, heritage and outreach of Dynevor School and its staff and pupils from its foundation as a Higher Grade School in Trinity Place in 1883, in order to secure, maintain and promote a literary, physical, audio, and digital archive resource.
More information about the Dy’vorians’ Association may be found at: Dynevor Revisited.
The school opened in 1883 and moved to Dynevor Place in 1894 where it could accommodate 500 pupils. In 1907 it became Swansea Municipal Secondary School. In 1930 it changed its name to Dynevor School and from 1942 it was known as Dynevor Secondary Grammar School. In September 1971 it became a comprehensive school which amalgamated with Llwyn-y-Bryn Girls' School in 1978. 
- Spencer Davis
- Nigel Evans, Conservative MP
- Kevin Johns, actor and radio presenter
- Julian Lewis, Conservative MP
- David Mercer, (1960-1967), sports commentator
- Anthony Edward Pierce, Bishop of Swansea and Brecon from 1998 until 2008
- Mal Pope, musician and composer
- Sir Harry Secombe, comedian and entertainer
- Douglas Simons, local architect of schools and hospitals
- Christopher Rees, former Chair of the International Bar Association and Managing Partner of Bird & Bird LLP
- Rowan Williams, former Archbishop of Canterbury