Holloway, London, N7 0JG
|School type||Community school|
|Department for Education URN||100453 Tables|
|Head teacher||John Dixon|
|Age||11 to 16|
The school was first established in September 1907 as a boys' school named Camden Secondary School for Boys, it later changed its name to Holloway County Grammar School and then to Holloway Comprehensive School.
Holloway School is coeducational and specialises in sports.
Holloway School offers GCSEs as programmes of study for pupils. Although the school does not operate its own sixth form, graduating pupils are guaranteed a place at City and Islington College through the City and Islington Sixth Form Consortium.
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