Mill Hill County High School

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Mill Hill County High School
MHCHS crest.jpg
Motto Altiora Peto
("Aiming High")[1]
Type Partially selective academy
Headteacher Mr Geoffrey Thompson
Chair of Governors Mr M Dannell
Location Worcester Crescent
Mill Hill
London
NW7 4LL
England
Coordinates: 51°37′46″N 0°14′55″W / 51.6295°N 0.2485°W / 51.6295; -0.2485
DfE number 302/5402
DfE URN 137386 Tables
Ofsted Reports Pre-academy reports
Staff 150 +
Students 1706
Gender Mixed
Ages 11–18
Houses Apollo, Gemini, Saturn, Mariner, Capricorn
Website MHCHS

Mill Hill County High School is a large secondary school with academy status located in Mill Hill, London, England. It was the first comprehensive school in the United Kingdom to have had a student taken on the prestigious Morehead-Cain merit scholarship program in the United States and is an official Morehead-Cain nominating school.[2]

Admissions[edit]

It is for students aged 11 to 18. The school has 1,700 pupils as of 2009.[3] The current headmaster of the school is Geoffrey Thompson.

Intake[edit]

In accordance with the school's specialism in technology, the school selects 10% of its intake through a test of abstract reasoning. A further 15% are selected via auditions for musical and dance ability. The remaining places are allocated to applicants who have a sibling at the school, or who live near to the school.[4]

Orange Hill Grammar School notable students[edit]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ literally "I make for/seek/aim for higher things". Stone, Jon R. (2004). The Routledge Dictionary of Latin Quotations: The Illiterati's Guide to Latin Maxims, Mottoes, Proverbs, and Sayings. Routledge. p. 136. ISBN 978-0-415-96909-3. 
  2. ^ [1], Morehead-Cain British Nominating Schools.
  3. ^ Head's Introduction, Mill Hill County High School.
  4. ^ Prospectus, Mill Hill County High School.
  5. ^ J Gunzi (2006-05-05). "Welcome Back, David Dein" (PDF). Head's Newsletter. Mill Hill County High School. p. 9. Retrieved 2008-11-17. 

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