Birchwood High School
|Motto||Your Dreams, Your Future, Our Challenge|
|Principal||Dr Chris Ingate|
|Head Boy||Luke Hutchings|
|Head Girl||Eleanor Diamond|
|DfE URN||137637 Tables|
|Houses||Green, Red, Yellow, Blue|
|Colours||Maroon & green|
Birchwood High School was founded when Hadham Hall and The Margaret Dane schools merged in 1991 and the name Birchwood High School was voted for by students from both schools and opened with approximately 450 students; it now has around 1500.
The school was converted to academy status in February 2012. It used to be a community school under the direct control of Hertfordshire County Council. The school continues to coordinate with the council for admissions.
Birchwood High School offers General Certificate of Secondary Education (GCSEs) and Business and Technology Education Council (BTECs) as courses of study for pupils, with A Levels offered in the sixth form.
- "Thorley: Hadham Hall - Bishop's Stortford & Thorley - A History & Guide". Retrieved 2016-06-25.
- "Maths success keeps adding up for Birchwood High School | HertsAndEssexObserver | Education | Education-news". HertsAndEssexObserver. 2013-06-07. Retrieved 2013-06-16.
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