The Crossley Heath School

In 1857 the building was founded as an orphanage by John and Frank Crossley. Over time the need for an orphanage decreased and the building became a grammar school. The building was designed by John Hogg, a local architect.

The school is an 11-18 mixed selective grammar school which currently holds Language College status. The school has a strong and flourishing House system which promotes Leadership of the Sixth Form students, who take an active and important role in developing and running aspects of the school.

The school is a high achieving and high performing school with a number of students taking up places at prestigious Universities, including Oxford and Cambridge.

The school was awarded with Artsmark status in 2005 and the Arts are a central and important aspect of school life. Students enjoy a range of Arts from Music, Drama, Textiles, Graphics, Photography and Art and Design.

Halifax, West Yorkshire
United Kingdom

The Crossley Heath School
Savile Park
Phone: 01422 360272

Pupils' Art Work
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Fred Schwaller, 16yrs, Year 12  
Fred Schwaller, 16yrs, Year 12  
Jason Hardy, 16yrs, Year 12  
Matthew Unsworth, 16yrs, Year 12   Organic Landscape
Danya Bazaraa, 17yrs, Year 13  
Emma King, 17yrs, Year 13  
Emma King, 17yrs, Year 13  
Greg Turner, 17yrs, Year 13  
Christopher Thomas, 16yrs, Year 12  
Greg Turner, 17yrs, Year 13  
Hannah Jeffery, 16yrs, Year 11  
Jessica Kontopanou, 16yrs, Year 11  
Jessica Kontopanou, 16yrs, Year 11  
Natalie Fern, 16yrs, Year 11  
Sarah Cotterill, 16yrs, Year 11  
Christopher Thomas, 16yrs, Year 11  
Emma Hirst, 16yrs, Year 11  
Rebecca Jeffery, 16yrs, Year 11  

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