London Academy of Excellence
322 Stratford High Street
|Students||200 per year|
The London Academy of Excellence (LAE), founded in 2012, is the first free school sixth form college in the London borough of Newham, opened by the government under the new scheme which began in 2010.
In its first year, the academy enrolled 200 students. Open days are held from November to January for prospective Year 11 students.
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