Clydeview Academy

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Clydeview Academy
Established 2011
Type Secondary School
Rector William Todd
Location Burnside Road
Gourock
Inverclyde
PA19 1UX
Scotland
55°57′06″N 4°48′07″W / 55.9517°N 4.8020°W / 55.9517; -4.8020Coordinates: 55°57′06″N 4°48′07″W / 55.9517°N 4.8020°W / 55.9517; -4.8020
Students 1132 [1]
Gender Coeducational
Ages 11–18
Colours Purple / white         
Website Clydeview Academy

Clydeview Academy is a non-denominational secondary school situated in Gourock, Inverclyde. It was founded in 2011 and opened to pupils on 17 August 2011. The first rector of the school is William Todd. The school values were selected by both staff and students at Clydeview Academy and they are - Success, Friendship, Equality and Respect.

The school is a modern merger of two secondary schools from the local area, Greenock Academy and Gourock High School which both closed at the end of the 2010 summer term. The school is founded on the old site of St. Columbas High School, Gourock which is known as the Bayhill site. The feeder schools are: Ardgowan Primary School, Greenock; Gourock Primary School, Gourock; and Moorfoot Primary School, Gourock.

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