The school, which had its first ever female team in 1887, was recognised for its leading position based on curriculum, facilities, fixture programmes and coaching.
To decide on who made it into the list, The Cricketer also consulted with former England star Lydia Greenway and her coaching initiative, Cricket for Girls, to choose who should make it into the Top 20.
Sophie Nicholas, director of sport at Notting Hill & Ealing High School, said: “I’m delighted that we have been included in this impressive guide for School’s cricket. Cricket is a hugely important sport at Notting Hill & Ealing High School with significant heritage. In fact, our first ever all female cricket team dates from 1887. The sport has stayed core to our curriculum ever since and we have worked hard especially in recent years, to create a thriving cricket environment for our students including a partnership with coaches from Ealing Cricket Club.”
Ms Nicholas added: “And this past year in particular, we have seen some major triumphs with our U12s winning the London Schools Indoor Lady Taverners Cup – a title we have held since 2018 – and our U15s reaching Regional Finals, representing Middlesex. This survey is ultimately a testament to all the amazing efforts of our students and their tremendous enthusiasm for the sport.”