Boston High School

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County Lincolnshire
Address Boston High School, Spilsby Road, Boston PE21 9PF
Type Girls’ Grammar
Pupils 689
Places in Year 7 120
Open Days July
Competition 4+ applicants for every place
  Ofsted Report
Exam Format GL 11 Plus, Verbal Reasoning, Non-Verbal Reasoning



Description of the school – Boston High School

This is a selective, smaller than average secondary school for girls and has a smaller than average sixth form. It takes boys into the sixth form. Almost all students are from White British backgrounds. The proportions of students who have learning difficulties and/or disabilities or who are eligible for free school meals are both well below national averages. The school has an Artsmark Silver award and Healthy Schools status. In September 2007 the school was designated as a specialist mathematics and computing college. Because of a falling roll, the school has entered into a federation with Boston Grammar School, with a single headteacher and governing body. The headteacher took up post as head of the two federated schools in September 2007. It is planned that the schools will become a single school on a single site, with the first mixed intake in September 2009.