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The All Saints Catholic High School is a Voluntary Aided Roman Catholic secondary school with academy status in Sheffield, South Yorkshire, England.AdmissionsIt serves boys and girls between the ages of eleven and eighteen. There are currently approximately 1,300 pupils along with 114 teaching staff and 64 support staff. Both the school and integrated Sixth Form are over sub-scribed each year, with around three students applying for each place.HistoryDe la Salle College was a direct grant grammar school from 1946 until 1976 in Pitsmoor on Scott Road. It is now a housing estate, featuring College Close and De la Salle Drive.The school in its present form was founded in September 1976 with the merger of De la Salle College (a grammar school) and St Paul's school (on the current site). In 1983 the De la Salle site was finally closed and along with the closure of St Peter's RC school, many pupils and staff moved to the All Saints site.The Head Teacher at the time was Mr J. P. Kelly, who remained at his post for the next twenty-five years before retiring. He was replaced by the Mr. R. Sawyer, who stepped down from service at the end of the 2012/13 academic year. As of September 2013, the school's head was Mrs. Claire Scott.It is situated on Granville Road (B6070), next to Sheffield College (former Castle College), convenient for the Supertram.
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