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Bispham High School Arts College

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Bispham High School Arts College was a secondary school situated in Bispham, Blackpool, Lancashire, England, with a mixed intake of both boys and girls aged 11–16. It was replaced with Blackpool Aspire Academy in 2014. History Bispham High School was formerly an all girls' school, founded in the 1950s. Bispham was initially called Arnold High School for Girls, a girls' grammar school, having been split from local public school Arnold School by the local council. Arnold Girls' amalgamated with local girls' secondary modern Claremont to become Arnold-Claremont in 1975, before changing its name to Greenlands (grey and gold uniform, 6th form wore bottle green uniform) in 1976. The school had an 11 to 18 age range until 1989, when Blackpool Council separated from Lancashire County Council and moved A Levels to Blackpool Sixth Form College. The school became Bispham High School (navy blue and yellow uniform), a co educational secondary school, a specialist Performing Arts College
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