Basildon - Education

Education

There are several secondary schools in the Basildon district:

  • Basildon Academies
  • Beauchamps School
  • Billericay School
  • Bromfords School
  • De La Salle School
  • James Hornsby High School
  • Mayflower High School
  • Woodlands School

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