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Haywards Heath College

Haywards Heath College was established in 1980 and offered mainly courses for 16 - 18 year old students following on from compulsory education. Haywards Heath Grammar School opened on 9 September 1958, being run by East Sussex Education Committee with 800 boys and girls. It became a sixth form college.

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