Sherburn High School

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Sherburn High School
Motto Achievement for all
Type Community school
Head Maria Williams
Location Garden Lane
North Yorkshire
LS25 6AS
53°47′27″N 1°15′26″W / 53.790743°N 1.257089°W / 53.790743; -1.257089Coordinates: 53°47′27″N 1°15′26″W / 53.790743°N 1.257089°W / 53.790743; -1.257089
Local authority North Yorkshire
DfE URN 121695 Tables
Ofsted Reports
Gender Male/Female
Ages 11–18
Houses Newby, Bramham,Lotherton and Harewood

Sherburn High School is a mixed comprehensive school in Sherburn-in-Elmet in Selby, North Yorkshire, England. It has around 1000 pupils aged 11 to 18 years. The current head teacher is Maria Williams

The school was awarded specialist Science College status in the summer of 2005 and has been recognised by the National Healthy Schools Programme for the quality of physical education and school dinners.[citation needed]

Sherburn High School has four houses: Newby, Lotherton, Harewood and Bramham. In each house there are ten forms. Each form contains Year 7 to post-16 pupils taught under a vertical tutoring system.