Archbishop Sancroft High School

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Archbishop Sancroft High School
Established 1688
Type Voluntary aided comprehensive
Religion Church of England
Head Teacher Mr. R. Cranmer
Location Wilderness Lane
Harleston
Norfolk
IP20 9DD
England Coordinates: 52°23′58″N 1°17′38″E / 52.3994°N 1.2939°E / 52.3994; 1.2939
Local authority Norfolk
DfE number 926/4602
DfE URN 121188 Tables
Ofsted Reports
Gender Coeducational
Ages 11–16
Website ashs.org.uk

Archbishop Sancroft High School is a Church of England secondary school located in Harleston, Norfolk, England. It is the only voluntary aided Church of England secondary school in East Anglia.

The school was first established in 1688 after Archbishop William Sancroft granted funds to Emmanuel College, Cambridge to pay a clergyman to teach in Harleston. The school occupied its current premises in 1964.

Today, Archbishop Sancroft High School is a comprehensive school for students aged between 11 and 16 in an area which includes Harleston, Redenhall, Wortwell, Denton, Alburgh, Pulham Market, Pulham St Mary, Needham, Rushall, Brockdish, Starston and Thorpe Abbotts.

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