Lytham St Annes High Technology College

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LSA Technology and Performing Arts College is a community school maintained by Lancashire County Education Authority. It is an 11–18 Comprehensive and 6 Form offering seven years of successful education. As one of the largest schools in Lancashire they offer a wide range of curricular and extra-curricular activities, along with specialisms in Technology and Performing Arts. A College system ensures that students belong to smaller groups throughout school ensuring a continuity of staff and allowing family members and friendship groups to be kept together.


1 History
2 Notable former pupils
3 Notable former teachers
4 Co-located youth organisations
5 References
6 External links


1955 Ansdell County Secondary School Opens.
1999 School gains Technology College status and becomes known as Lytham St. Annes High Technology College.
2004 School awarded prestigious Artsmark Silver Award.
2007 School also gains Performing Arts status and becomes known as LSA Technology and Performing Arts College.
2010 Outstanding School status awarded by OFSTED

Notable former pupils[edit]

Dean Lennox Kelly – actor; best known for his role in Shameless
Sam Shearon – graphics artist, specialising in horror and science-fiction.
Niamh Boadle – Folk Singer, runner up of BBC2’s Young Folk Award 2010[1]
William, Robert and Jack Bentham – 3/4 members of teen rock band Outl4w. Toured the world & performed at Radio 1’s Big Weekend 2008[2]
Joni Fuller – Singer-songwriter; awarded ‘Best Female Artist’ at the Exposure Music Awards 2010 and later featured as ‘one to watch’ by PRS for Music
Sally Hoolin – British Champion Ice-Skater in Pairs.[2][3]
Joseph Phillips – Actor, played the original Michael in the West End’s Billy Elliot The Musical in 2005. Last seen