Our School History


Excert from Wikipedia

"The Stourport High School & VIth Form Centre, formerly known as the Stourport High School and Language College, opened to students in 1956 as an 11-18 school. The starting age was increased to 13 during the 1970s, but reverted to 11 in 2007 as part of the Wyre Forest Review.

The school is located in the town of Stourport-on-Severn in Worcestershire, England. It was built to replace the Stourport Secondary Modern School, which was formerly Lickhill Middle."

The Stourport High School and VIth Form Centre is part of the Severn Academies Educational Trust (SAET); a sponsoring multi academy trust supporting students and their families from nursery provision all the way through to post 16 study. Being part of SAET provides a strong base from which all schools work closely together to enable the very best practices to be shared and gives all students in the Trust a range of opportunities to be the best they can be.

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We pride on our school history and would like to hear from you. Whether you are a past student or a local who knows the history of the school, any stories or photos would be very appreciated to enrich our school's culture and history.

Click the button on the right to submit your story or photo. If you are unable to email us, please contact our Reception team on 01299 872950.