Mill Hill County High School
Barnet, United Kingdom
About Mill Hill County High School
Mill Hill County High School is a co-educational, non-denominational secondary with sixth form in north London. The school has held academy status since 2012. As of the most recent inspection, there were 1,727 students on the school roll, of which 478 were studying in sixth form. Mill Hill County is located close to Courtland School and Moat Mount Outdoors Centre. The school motto translates from Latin as ‘Aiming High’. The school operates a specialist unit for 32 students with behavioural, emotional and social difficulties at Oakhill, a site five miles from the main school.
Geoffrey A Thompson
Values and vision
Mill Hill County aims to equip students to thrive as individuals and as citizens in a rapidly changing world. Essential to this goal is providing a forward-looking curriculum, rooted in the traditional academic disciplines.
The staff of Mill Hill County High School place great value upon the learning experiences which can be provided by sports teams, musical ensembles, dramatic and dance productions, clubs of every sort and educational visits. The school’s extra-curricular programme is exceptional and represents a vast amount of voluntary effort on the part of staff; students are expected to avail themselves of appropriate opportunities and to learn the virtues of loyalty and faithfulness.
“Mill Hill County High school is a good school. The sixth form is outstanding. The headteacher leads the school with a clear vision and clearly communicates his high expectations to students and staff. The headteacher and senior leaders strive for high-quality academic outcomes coupled with excellent pastoral guidance to help students enjoy their education, which almost all do.”