Castle Rushen High School
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|Motto||Lhiat Myr Toilliu|
|Headteacher||Mr A. Cole|
Isle of Man
Isle of Man School System 
Main article: Education in the Isle of Man
The Isle of Man has six secondary schools (the other comprehensive schools are St Ninian's High School, Ballakermeen High School, Ramsey Grammar School, Queen Elizabeth II High School and one public school (King William's College).
The House system 
The pupils of the school are grouped into one of four houses named after locations in the Isle of Man: Bradda, Carrick, Langness and Scarlett. Houses compete in a number of events through the year ranging from sporting events such as inter-house rugby and netball to more academic competition in the form of a merit award system for good work. There are four trophies available each year these are for: "Sport", "Merits", "Attendance" and the overall best house trophy which is awarded to the house which does best over the other three categories.
Notable alumni 
James Anthony Brown - Former Chief Minister of the Isle of Man
Juan Watterson - Member of the House of Keys
Davy Knowles - Blues Musician and original guitarist/vocalist of 'Back Door Slam': a blues and rock group that was formed whilst the members were still attending CRHS. Davy is still performing in the US, with the band 'Davy Knowles and Back Door Slam.
Lloyd Taggart - the Isle of Man's top fell runner and the 2011 English Fell Running Champion
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