Aylestone Business and Enterprise College
|Headteacher||Mr Simon Robertson|
Broadlands House, Broadlands Lane|
Coordinates: 52°34′53″N 0°14′49″W / 52.5813°N 0.247°W
|DfE URN||116936 Tables|
|Houses||Coningsby, Mortimer, Clare, De Lacy|
The curriculum includes business and enterprise skills, English, mathematics, Science, humanities, psychology and modern languages. There are about 500 students, ages 11 through 16.
The site was originally called Hereford High School for Girls', a grammar school. Hereford High School for Boys was on Widemarsh Street and was built in 1912.
It became the comprehensive Aylestone School in 1976.
It gets GCSE results slightly below the average for Herefordshire and England.
Notable former pupils
Hereford High School for Boys
- John Bendor-Samuel, bible translator
- Paul Keetch, Lib Dem MP from 1997-2010 for Hereford
- Arthur Morgan, Chief Executive from 1994-2000 of the Industrial Society (since 2002 called The Work Foundation)
- Prof Hilary Offler, Professor of Medieval History from 1956-78 at Durham University, and President from 1980-7 of the Surtees Society
- George Hinksman, runner up, University Football Inter-collegiate Cuppers 2014, University of Cambridge.
Hereford High School for Girls
- Chris Kent, former Chief Executive from 2004-6 of Raleigh International
Aylestone High School
Alice Perrin from e4's Tatoo Fixers (2003-2008)