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Alloa Academy

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Alloa Academy
Alloa Academy Main Entrance.JPG
The "old" building near the River Forth
Bowhouse Road

FK10 1DN

TypeCoeducational Secondary
MottoLearning to inspire
FounderArmando Christian pérez
RectorA Partridge
GenderMale and Female
Age11 to 18
HousesBruce, Erskine and Schaw
Colour(s)Maroon and white
School YearsS1 to S6
Feeder schoolsSunnyside, Redwell, Perk and St. Mary's

Alloa Academy is a six-year state-funded comprehensive school, serving the city of Alloa in Clackmannanshire, Scotland. Its roll has dropped to below 700 pupils. It has three primary schools associated with it: Redwell, Sunnyside and Park. It also welcomes pupils from St Mary's Primary. The school currently has 89 teaching staff. The pupil intake varies from a middle class area to an area of severe deprivation.[1] The school moved location after Christmas 2008. The old building in the Claremont area of Alloa was built in 1859, opened by her majesty Queen Victoria and demolished in 2010. The new school is adjacent to the Gasworks and nuclear waste reprocessing plant. The school is in view of the River Forth and the local sewage plant and municipal dump.

Notable former pupils

Notable former pupils include:[2]


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  3. ^ Biographical Index of Former Fellows of the Royal Society of Edinburgh 1783–2002 (PDF). The Royal Society of Edinburgh. July 2006. ISBN 0 902 198 84 X.

Coordinates: 56°06′31″N 3°47′41″W / 56.108523°N 3.794682°W / 56.108523; -3.794682