Northallerton College

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Northallerton College
The buildings of Northallerton College from Mill Hill School - - 296345.jpg
Established 1323
Type Voluntary controlled school
Principal Mick Hill
Location Grammar School Lane
North Yorkshire
England Coordinates: 54°20′09″N 1°25′49″W / 54.33597°N 1.43025°W / 54.33597; -1.43025
Local authority North Yorkshire
DfE number 815/4503
DfE URN 121710 Tables
Ofsted Reports
Students 821
Ages 14–18
Houses Endeavour, victory, Invincible, Endurance
Sixth form 395

Northallerton College (formerly Northallerton Grammar School) located in Northallerton, North Yorkshire, England. The school was founded in 1323, and parts of the old school building can be seen adjacent to All Saints' Church near the north end of Northallerton High Street. The Grammar School moved to its current site in 1909.[1]


Northallerton College receives students from the town of Northallerton and from a number of primary schools in surrounding villages, these include:

Northallerton College receives a number of A Level students from local schools. Northallerton College educates young people between the ages of 14 and 18, (Year 10 to Year 13), as an upper school in the three-tier system. The Allertonshire School is the college's partner school, educating children between the ages of 11 and 14 (Year 7 to Year 9). The College received a 'good' rating in its last Ofsted report.[2]

It is situated in the centre of Northallerton off the A167.

Currently, The College has 3,765 faculties and staff.


In its early history it was known as Northallerton Free School.

Selective school[edit]

In the 1940s it had around 250 boys and girls, and 450 by 1970. It was administered by the North Riding Education Committee.


In 1973 became a comprehensive under the name Northallerton Grammar School, administered by North Yorkshire, based in Northallerton. As a comprehensive it has always had a 14-18 age range. At the same time the Allertonshire School was formed from the town's two secondary modern schools. In 2009 the school became federated with Risedale Sports and Community College in Catterick.

Name change[edit]

In 1994 the school governors decided to change the name from Grammar School to College in order to reflect the reality of their service to the whole community. This still stands.

Academic performance[edit]

It gets GCSE results above average, and A level results at the England average.

Notable former pupils[edit]

Northallerton Grammar School[edit]


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