Waseley Hills High School and Sixth Form Centre

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Waseley Hills High School and Sixth Form Centre
Type Academy
Headteacher Alan Roll
Chair Eric Hogg
Founder Grant Clover
Location School Road
West Midlands
B45 9EL
Coordinates: 52°23′29″N 2°01′52″W / 52.39136°N 2.03123°W / 52.39136; -2.03123
Local authority Worcestershire
DfE URN 138664 Tables
Ofsted Reports
Students 1008
Gender Mixed
Ages 11–19
Website www.waseleyhills.worcs.sch.uk

Waseley Hills High School and Sixth Form Centre is a mixed secondary school and sixth form with academy status in the town of Rubery, on the border of the county of Worcestershire and the city of Birmingham, England, at the base of the Waseley Hills Country Park.

The school with its dedicated sixth form centre has about 1,000 students on roll and has specialist status as a Business and Enterprise College. The school also has specialist hearing impaired provision, and a specialist able autism base.[1] It has gained a number of awards, including the Artsmark award in the academic term 2005/2006, and the Investor in People award.

A 2010 Ofsted report accorded the school a Grade 3 (satisfactory).[1]

The school's catchment area includes the surrounding primary schools of Lickey Hills Primary, Holywell Primary, and Beaconside Primary and Nursery.

Waseley converted to academy status in September 2012.


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