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Carr Hill High School and Sixth Form Centre is an 11–18, mixed comprehensive school in Kirkham, Lancashire, England.[1] The school has 1,166 pupils currently enrolled. It has a learning library centre including a library area, an IT suite and a conference room, collectively known as 'The Hub'. There is an English Language and R.E block as well as Cookery, D.T, Performing Arts, maths block and P.E blocks. The school also has a Sports Dome, Dance Studio and Fitness Suite.

Carr Hill High School
Location
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PR4 2ST

Coordinates53°46′46″N 2°52′02″W / 53.7794°N 2.8672°W / 53.7794; -2.8672Coordinates: 53°46′46″N 2°52′02″W / 53.7794°N 2.8672°W / 53.7794; -2.8672
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TypeCommunity school
Established1958
Local authorityLancashire
Department for Education URN119744 Tables
OfstedReports
GenderMixed
Age11 to 18
Enrolment1,166 pupils
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School historyEdit

The school was opened to the first pupils for the autumn term in 1957 and later officially opened by the Duchess of Kent in 1958.

The first headmaster was a Mr R. Simpson. At this time the school had four (4) academic years as pupils would leave after their 14th birthday. A fifth year was added in 1961 for 'A' stream pupils to take their 'O' level GCE exams. The school was split into four (4) 'houses'; Parker, Langton, Birley and Shaw, these names were based on local prominent families. The houses formed the foundation for competition in both academic and sporting areas.

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