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St Francis Xavier's College, Liverpool

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St Francis Xavier's College is a Roman Catholic secondary school and sixth form with academy status located in Woolton, Liverpool, England. Year 7 to Year 11 are male only, whereas the Sixth Form (years 12 and 13) are coeducational. The college is under the trusteeship of the Brothers of Christian Instruction. Their mission is that of their founder, Jean Marie de la Mennais, "To make Jesus better known and loved". The school is a specialist school for mathematics and computing, and was the first school in Liverpool to gain specialist school status in that category. Origins and history The college was founded in 1842 in association with Stonyhurst College, Lancashire by the Society of Jesus which is a Roman Catholic religious order. 1842–1843: Soho Street The college had a rector from 1842 to 1844. It had two pupils. 1843–1845: St. Anne Street A year later, it had a dozen pupils. Father Francis Lythgoe moved the college to St. Anne Street where it s
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