Our Lady's Catholic High School

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Our Lady's Catholic High School
Established 1988 (merger)
Type Voluntary aided school
Religion Roman Catholic
Headteacher Mr. Nigel Ranson
Location St Anthony's Drive
Preston
Lancashire
PR2 3SQ
England Coordinates: 53°46′52″N 2°43′34″W / 53.781200°N 2.726000°W / 53.781200; -2.726000
Local authority Lancashire
DfE number 888/4606
DfE URN 119779 Tables
Ofsted Reports
Students 890~
Ages 11–16
Website olchs.lancs.sch.uk

Our Lady's Catholic High School is a Roman Catholic secondary school, situated in Fulwood, a suburb in the city of Preston in Lancashire, England. It is located next to the affiliated St Anthony's Church and St Anthony's RC Primary School. The headteacher is Nigel Ranson and has two deputy headteachers, Richard Charnock and Mike Fitzpatrick.

History[edit]

Our Lady's was founded in 1988 as a result of a merger between two schools: St Edmund Campion School and St Cuthbert Mayne High School (known as Blessed Cuthbert Mayne High before Cuthbert Mayne was canonised).[1]

Former pupils[edit]

St Cuthbert Mayne

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