St Philip Howard Catholic High School

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Not to be confused with St Philip Howard Catholic School.
The St Philip Howard Catholic High School
Established September 1959
Religion Roman Catholic
Headteacher David Carter
Chair of Governors Mark Grabowski
Specialism Humanities College
Location Elm Grove South
Barnham
West Sussex
PO22 0EN
 England Coordinates: 50°50′01″N 0°38′42″W / 50.83361°N 0.64495°W / 50.83361; -0.64495
Local authority West Sussex
DfE URN 126102 Tables
Ofsted Reports
Students c.900
Gender Coeducational
Ages 11–18
Houses 5
Website www.stphiliphoward.w-sussex.sch.uk

St Philip Howard School is a secondary school for 11-18 year olds located in Barnham, Sussex, England.


Admissions[edit]

The school serves a wide area that includes but is not limited to Bognor Regis, Arundel, Storrington, Midhurst, Chichester and parts of Littlehampton

The Headteacher is Mr David Carter and the Chair of Governors is Mr Mark Grabowski.[1] There are 900 pupils on roll[2] and the school has a sixth form which is open to all faiths.

Pupils are educated in the context of the Catholic tradition and experience the values inherent in a Christian community.

School council[edit]

The school runs a school council made up of 25 students with five Councillors coming from each year group. The school council is known as PHISH student Council with the name chosen in 2009.

Local youth politics[edit]

The school participates in the elections for the UK Youth Parliament and the West Sussex Youth Cabinet every year in March, often fielding several candidates.

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