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The school was formed in 1973 by the amalgamation of Copthall County Grammar School and Woodcroft Secondary Modern. The original 1930s grammar school building has been joined to a new wing of equal size. A new library opened in 1999 and the school received an excellence award from the DfES in 2001.
The school was converted to academy status in October 2012, and was previously a community school under the direct control of Barnet London Borough Council. The school continues to coordinate with Barnet London Borough Council for admissions.
Notable former pupils
Copthall County Grammar School
- Ann McPherson, GP, author and health campaigner
- Temi Fagbenle, basketball player
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