Garstang High School is a smaller than average community technology college. Students live in the small town of Garstang or the surrounding rural area on the southern edge of Lancaster. Almost all are White British. Though there are selective schools in the area, the school has as many higher ability students as would be found in most comprehensive schools. There is a smaller than average proportion of students with special educational needs and/or disabilities. The school offers a variety of extended activities to members of the local community. Significant building work is in progress to develop a new school sports hall that will be used in the wider community. The school has been recognised for its work in a variety of areas and holds the Sportsmark, Rural dimension award, Artsmark (silver), Financial Management Standard in Schools (FMSiS) certificate, Healthy Schools and the Arkwright awards.
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Bowgreave, Garstang, Preston PR3 1YE