St Peter's High School, Gloucester

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St Peter's RC High School and Sixth Form Centre
Established 1964
Type Academy
Religion Roman Catholic
Headteacher Philip Rush
Location Stroud Road
England Coordinates: 51°49′43″N 2°14′43″W / 51.82852°N 2.24529°W / 51.82852; -2.24529
Local authority Gloucestershire
DfE URN 136982 Tables
Ofsted Reports Pre-academy reports
Students 1,642
Gender Coeducational
Ages 11–18
Houses m-i-r-a-c-l-e-s (e.g. 7M; 9A)
Colours bottle green and yellow

St Peter's High School and Sixth Form Centre is a Roman Catholic academy school and sixth form centre, on Stroud Road in the Tuffley area of Gloucester, England. The headteacher is Philip Rush. The main feeder school is the closely associated St. Peter's Catholic Primary School.

In 2012, the school was rated by Ofsted inspectors, for the fourth consecutive inspection, as "good". In particular, the school is proud of its principled and inclusive Catholic ethos - recently singled out for praise in a minor Ofsted inspection - and of the achievements of its pupils, especially in the 'core' subjects of English and mathematics.

In 2007, the school's Under-18 rugby union team were winners of the Daily Mail Cup, becoming the second comprehensive school victors of the prize, after Campion.[citation needed] They reached the final again in 2009 of the Daily Mail RBS Cup, where they were runners-up.[citation needed]

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