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  1. It was later the Cambridge and County High School for Boys, and then finally the Cambridgeshire High School for Boys. It had around 600 boys in 1970, with 150 in the sixth form. It was transformed in the 1974 reorganisation of education in Cambridgeshire into Hills Road Sixth Form College . The Cambridgeshire High School for Girls became the Long ...

  2. Alternative name (s): Cambridge and County School for Boys (Formerly known as) Hills Road Sixth Form College (Later known as) Date: 1899-2012. Places: Cambridge, Cambridgeshire. Functions,...

  3. The Cambridgeshire High School for Boys was founded as the Cambridge and County School for Boys in Cambridge, England, in 1900. History It was later the Cambridge and County High School for Boys, and then finally the Cambridgeshire High School for Boys. It had around 600 boys in 1970, with 150 in the sixth form.

  4. Cambridgeshire High School For Boys - Alumni Alumni Martin Amis (author) records in his autobiography "Experience" that he attended the school while his father Kingsley Amis and his mother Hilary were living off Madingley Road. Roger 'Syd' Barrett and Roger Waters of the rock band Pink Floyd all attended the school.

  5. It was later the Cambridge and County High School for Boys, and then finally the Cambridgeshire High School for Boys. It had around 600 boys in 1970, with 150 in the sixth form. It was transformed in the 1974 reorganisation of education in Cambridgeshireinto Hills Road Sixth Form College.

  6. Cambridge County High School For Boys circa 1900 Cambridge & County High School for Boys / Hills Road Sixth Form College Notes on Cambridgeshire High School Pevsner’s Cambridgeshire notes that the original building was by MacAlister & Tench, neo-Tudor brick, in 1903. Additions were made in 1924 and 1928 by H H Dunn, and in 1935 by S E Unwin.

  7. It was later the Cambridge and County High School for Boys, and then finally the Cambridgeshire High School for Boys. It had around 600 boys in 1970, with 150 in the sixth form. It was transformed in the 1974 reorganisation of education in Cambridgeshireinto Hills Road Sixth Form College.