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Saint George Catholic College

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St George Catholic Voluntary College
St George Catholic College Logo 2013-09-18 22-26.jpg
Address
Leaside Way

, ,
SO16 3DQ

Coordinates50°56′49″N 1°22′55″W / 50.947°N 1.382°W / 50.947; -1.382Coordinates: 50°56′49″N 1°22′55″W / 50.947°N 1.382°W / 50.947; -1.382
Information
TypeVoluntary aided comprehensive
MottoPrimo fac prima
Religious affiliation(s)Roman Catholic
Established1958
Local authoritySouthampton
Department for Education URN116507 Tables
OfstedReports
Executive headteacherLyn Bourne
Head teacherJames Habberley
GenderBoys and Girls (from September 2013)
Age11 to 16
Enrolment805
DiocesePortsmouth
Website

St George Catholic VA College (formerly known as St George Catholic School for Girls & Boys) is a Catholic voluntary aided comprehensive secondary school for girls and boys in Swaythling, Southampton, Hampshire.

The college became a mixed school in September 2013 and is operated under the auspices of the Diocese of Portsmouth.

History

St George was founded as a coeducational school and opened its doors to students on 8 September 1958. It was officially opened on Saint George's Day 1959 by the Bishop of Portsmouth John Henry King, Bishop of Portsmouth. The number of students rose to over 600 over the next decade. During the 1970s, St George was a boys-only school.[1]

In March 2012, it was announced that St George would go coeducational in 2013 due to overwhelmingly popular demand. The move was backed by its feeder schools, parents and the Diocese.[2]

In 2018, the school had over 800 pupils.

Academics

In 2010, St George was listed as one of the nation's top 100 improving schools in the GCSEs. The percentage of candidates achieving 5 or more A*-C grades increased by 30%.[3]

Notable former pupils

References

  1. ^ "College Information - History". 13 November 2013.
  2. ^ "Welcoming Girls to St George in September 2013". St George School. 21 April 2013.
  3. ^ "St George Catholic College - GCSEs 2010". Hampshire Chronicle. 25 August 2010.

External links


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