The Buildings on our Campus
We have three beautifully designed and constructed buildings which form the major part of the Abbey Hill Academy campus. Each has its own unique character and caters for the needs of particular groups of students. Named after famous local inventors, they represent the best in the creative and entrepreneurial face of the North-East.
History of the school.
Abbey Hill School was formed in September 1987 when the former Cleveland Local Education Authority conducted a review of special education needs provision and created two new schools serving the Stockton area. One, Abbey Hill would provide for students aged 11-19 and the other, Ash Trees for primary age chidren. At the time, Abbey Hill was based at four sites across the Stockton and Billingham area.
The present site was occupied in 1991 when the original building (now called the Stephenson Building) was constructed. From 1999 to 2014 it was known as Abbey Hill School & Technology College and is a secondary special school for students aged between 11 and 19.
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