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|Motto||Enjoy, Respect, achieve.|
|Type||Comprehensive Secondary School|
|Local authority||Hampshire County Council|
|DfE URN||116500 Tables|
|Colours||Black, White & Bottle Green.|
|Head Boy||Luke Evans|
|Head Girl||Molly Ayo|
|Deputy Head Boy||Cian McGaughey|
|Deputy Head Girl||Gabrielle Court|
Bohunt School is a secondary school with academy status located in the rural village of Liphook, Hampshire. It is co-educational and takes children from age 11-16 and currently has over 1200 pupils enrolled. The school was opened in 1978 by Lady Madeleine Street of Liphook.
Bohunt has a good academic status and students consistently achieve much higher that the national average at GCSEs and is one of the top 40 performing schools in Hampshire. Interestingly it is also one of the few secondary schools which holds a weekly 'school meeting' (an assembly), in which the majority of the school gathers to celebrate achievements and successes.
Bohunt was designated a Language College, which means that it specialises in modern foreign languages and all pupils take at least one GCSE. Bohunt offers Spanish, German, French, Italian, Russian, Japanese and Mandarin. In 2005 Bohunt was credited with an International School Award.
In 2014 Bohunt School was awarded TES Overall School and Secondary School of the Year at the TES Awards.
Bohunt's main intake comes mostly from four schools known as the 4-16 Partnership. These are Liss Junior School, Liphook Church of England (controlled) Junior School, Greatham Primary School and Grayshott Primary School. As a popular and oversubscribed school Bohunt also draws from many other primaries in Hampshire, Surrey, and Sussex.
The pupils are split up into a house system with eleven houses, each taking the name of an important person from the local area. These are:
- Austen House after Jane Austen
- Cobbett House after William Cobbett
- Doyle House after Arthur Conan Doyle
- Edison House after Thomas Edison
- George House after David Lloyd George
- Hudson House after William Henry Hudson
- Opie House after Iona Opie
- Redgrave House after Steven Redgrave
- Shackleton House after Ernest Shackleton
- Shaw House after George Bernard Shaw
- Thompson House after Flora Thompson
- Webb after Beatrice Webb
Bohunt has a very active performing arts department, performing productions/musicals every year. Other annual events include The Evening of Drama and Readings, Arts Fever and the Spring Concert where students showcase their acting, dancing and singing talents. Bohunt holds the Artsmark Silver national award.
Bohunt participates in many competitions throughout Hampshire and the UK. The school holds the Sportsmark for outstanding provision, standards and participation in spirit.
- Blazer - bottle green, with Stag on left breast pocket
- Tie - bottle green, with stags
- Shirt - white (years 10 & 11 only)
- Polo Shirt (alternative to shirt) - white, with stag logo
- Trousers/Skirt - black
- Jumper - black with stag logo