Mill Hill School (Derbyshire)

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Mill Hill School
Established Circa. 1950
Closed 2014 (Dissolved)
Type Secondary
Location Derbyshire
Coordinates: 53°02′42″N 1°23′31″W / 53.045°N 1.392°W / 53.045; -1.392
Gender Co-educational
Ages 11–18
Houses Dove, Kinder, Monsal, Riber
Colours Red, Blue, Green, Yellow

Mill Hill School (following the combination of Benjamin Outrams Comprehensive School and Ripley Technical School) was a secondary school and sixth form located in Ripley, Derbyshire. As of 2008, there were 1258 students in attendance, ranging between the ages of 11 and 18.[1] In 2009 the school gained specialist status in English. Prior to this, Mill Hill specialised in the Media and liberal arts curriculum.[2]

Mill Hill School became The Ripley Academy in September 2014 as part of the East Midlands Education Trust along with the West Bridgford School. [3]

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www.ripleyacademy.org

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