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Trinity Academy is a church aided 11 to 18 co-educational academy school located in Halifax in the Anglican Diocese of Leeds, England.The school was founded in the 1815 by the then Vicar of Halifax. The school was situated at Savile Hall, the former home of Lord Savile, in the centre of Halifax and since has moved to Illingworth, in the north of Halifax, where it sits in the locality of other secondary schools, including North Halifax Grammar School and St Catherine's Catholic High School.The school became a specialist Business and Enterprise College in 2005. In 2007, it also gained the Quality Standard for Careers Education and Guidance and the Healthy School's Award.AcademyIn July 2010 Holy Trinity Senior School closed, and the school site became part of the Trinity Academy. Students at Holy Trinity were automatically entitled to a place at the new Academy. Trinity Academy can cater for 1900 male and female pupils, aged 11 – 19 (including 400 in the sixth form). The academy admit children of all, or no, faiths, however a proportion of places are reserved for children linked to local churches.In April 2012 Trinity Academy was judged to have made 'outstanding' progress since opening due to the rapid improvement in results compared to the predecessor school. In July 2013 it was judged 'outstanding' in all areas. It is the only mainstream secondary school in the local authority to have its quality of teaching rated as 'outstanding'.
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