Marr College

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Marr College
Dundonald Road, Troon, South Ayrshire, Scotland KA10 7AB
Coordinates 55°32′56″N 4°38′43″W / 55.5489°N 4.6454°W / 55.5489; -4.6454Coordinates: 55°32′56″N 4°38′43″W / 55.5489°N 4.6454°W / 55.5489; -4.6454
Type Local Authority coeducational secondary
Founded c. 1935
Educational authority South Ayrshire Council
Rector Elaine McGregor-Sloman
Staff 100 (approx)
Age range 11–18
Pupils 1233 (approx)
Houses Darley, Fullarton, Crosby,Portland, Lothian
Feeder schools Troon Primary, Dundonald Primary, Muirhead Primary, Struthers Primary, Barassie Primary

Marr College is a secondary school in Troon, South Ayrshire.


Marr College was funded from the money left to Troon by C. K. Marr. It opened in 1935.

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  1. ^ a b c d e Gilbride, Paul (12 March 2010). "Mike Russell barred by old school". Daily Express. 
  2. ^ "Old boy Michael Russell back at Marr College - Education". 2010-04-30. Retrieved 2012-03-05. 

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