Bicester Community College
is a mixed, multi-heritage, comprehensive school
, with around 1200 students (including a sixth form
) and has been a Government-designated specialist Technology College
since 1998. It is situated in Bicester
, and occupies a site leading off Queens Avenue.
The school's sports facilities are used by Bicester Athletic Club
, which was recently awarded National Lottery
funding to add all-weather surfaces to the sports field's jumping and throwing event areas.
Bicester Community College, formerly known as Bicester School, was formed as a new comprehensive school in 1966. It was created by the merger of Highfield Secondary Modern School and Bicester Grammar School, who had shared the current site since 1963. Bicester Grammar School had previously been situated at the junction of London Road and Launton Road.
The College has successfully finished its refurbishment of the kitchens and new Cafe area for its College communityMost Improved School Award
In May 2011 Bicester Community College received the Most Improved Award from the Specialist Schools and Academies Trust (SSAT) for improving its GCSE results by 20 percentage points from 2007-2010. The College received congratulations for significantly improving its 5+ A*-C results including GCSE English and Mathematics.
Bicester Community College students achieved their best-ever... Read More