|Secondary Schools in North Wales|
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We are a comprehensive school, catering for 11-18 year olds, situated in Wrexham, North Wales, U.K.
Ysgol John Bright
Ysgol John Bright has been leading the way in quality education along the North Wales Coast for over a century. We have high expectations of our students. All are given opportunities to develop academically and personally to the fullest of their ability. A dedicated teaching staff, support staff and governing body all work to this end.
Holywell High School
Holywell High School is a hard working and sucessful school serving the town of Holywell and neighbouring communities in the north of Flintshire. The school has a long and successful history, counting amongst its alumni the playwright Emlyn Williams, the politician Ann Clwyd and the Welsh international footballer Mike England.
The school is a bilingual community comprehensive for pupils aged 11-18.
Ysgol Emrys ap Iwan
Ysgol Emrys ap Iwan is an exciting and innovative school where staff are dedicated to providing the best possible educational experience for each and every student.
Eirias High School
Eirias High School - Colwyn Bay.
For nearly 150 years Howell\'s School has offered an education which consistently helps its pupils to realise their own potential, equipping them to go out into an ever changing world with confidence and composure. The challenges may change, but we believe that the standards we set provide every girl with an excellent framework for a satisfying and successful future.
Castell Alun High School
Castell Alun High School is a well established and successful English medium co-educational school catering for over 1200 students. The school serves a large number of communities over a wide catchment area stretching from Dobshill near Hawarden in the North, to Llay in the South; and from Kinnerton near Chester in the East to Treuddyn in the West.
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