Stradbroke High School

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Stradbroke High School
Established 1953
Type Academy
Headteacher Andrew Bloom
Location Wilby Road
Stradbroke, Eye
IP21 5JN
England Coordinates: 52°18′54″N 1°16′23″E / 52.31499°N 1.27318°E / 52.31499; 1.27318
DfE URN 137901 Tables
Ofsted Reports
Capacity 420
Students c.320
Gender Mixed
Ages 11–16
Website Stradbroke High School

Stradbroke High School is a secondary school with academy status for 11-16 year-olds in the village of Stradbroke in the English county of Suffolk. Founded in 1953 as a secondary modern school on the southern edge of the village, Stradbroke High School serves a catchment covering almost 400 square miles (1,000 km2) including the parishes of Athelington & Horham, Fressingfield, Laxfield, Mendham, Wilby, Worlingworth and Cratfield. As of 2006 this represents a catchment population of some 7500 people.

The school was previously a Business and Enterprise College, but converted to academy status in 2012.

The College's best-known alumnus is television journalist Amelia Reynolds.