St Antony's Catholic College

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St. Antony's Catholic College
Type Voluntary aided school
Religion Roman Catholic
Headteacher Fiona Wright
Location Bradfield Road
Urmston
Greater Manchester
M41 9PD
England
Coordinates: 53°26′56″N 2°20′17″W / 53.449°N 2.338°W / 53.449; -2.338
Local authority Trafford
DfE number 358/4602
DfE URN 106372 Tables
Ofsted Reports
Gender Coeducational
Ages 11–16
Website www.st-antonys.com

St. Antony's Catholic College is a comprehensive school situated in Urmston, Greater Manchester, England. The GCSE results have varied from excellent to average since it opened in 1992.

The school was formed in 1992 from the merger of three Catholic Secondary Schools; St Mary's, Stretford which was opened in 1952, Cardinal Vaughan, Stretford which was opened in 1964 and St Paul's, Urmston. St Anthonys was established in the modernised buildings of St Pauls.

St. Antony's is a school of mixed gender, and around a third of the pupils are of Caribbean descent. A lot of the pupils come from Stretford and South Manchester.

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