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Newcastle upon Tyne Church High School

Newcastle upon Tyne Church High School
Established 1885
Type Independent day school
Religion Church of England
President The Rt Rev Martin Wharton, Bishop of Newcastle
Headmistress Mrs J Gatenby
Location Tankerville Terrace
Newcastle upon Tyne
NE2 3BA
England
Local authority Newcastle upon Tyne
DfE number 391/6001
Students 450~
Gender Girls
Ages 3–18
Website .com.churchhighwww

Newcastle upon Tyne Church High School (also known locally as "Church High") is an independent day school for girls in Jesmond, less than a mile north of the city of Newcastle upon Tyne, England. It is the oldest continuously operating girls' school established in the city.

On 29 January 2013 it was announced Church High will merge with the nearby Central Newcastle High School to form Newcastle High School for Girls in 2014.[1][2]

History

"Church High", as the school is commonly known, was founded in 1885[3] by the Church Schools Company (now known as the United Church Schools Trust). It left the company in the 1920 and has been independent since. It still retains ties with the Diocese of Newcastle and St Nicholas's Cathedral.[4]

Academics

Church High is one of the North East's top performing independent schools in GCSEs and A Levels. In the 2010 GCSE league table, it was ranked joint third with Central Newcastle High School out of 100 schools in the North East.[5] 98% of its candidates scored 5 or more A*-C grades that year.[6]

References

  1. ^ "Newcastle private schools merger fails to sway parents".  
  2. ^ "Newcastle private schools merger plan angers parents".  
  3. ^ http://guidetoindependentschools.com/schools/view/309/Newcastle-Church-High/GSA/The-Newcastle-upon-Tyne-Church-High-School-Tankerville-Terrace-Jesmond-Newcastle-upon-Tyne-NE2-3BA
  4. ^ School Profile
  5. ^ "GCSE League Tables: North East Top 100 Schools".  
  6. ^ "GCSE League Tables: Newcastle upon Tyne".  

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