For other schools named after St Michael, see St. Michael’s School (disambiguation).
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St Michael’s CofE High School
Coordinates: 52°29′36″N 2°02′19″W / 52.4933°N 2.0387°W / 52.4933; -2.0387
St Michael’s Church of England High School is a secondary school located in Rowley Regis, West Midlands, England. It was built during the 1960s and relocated from there to its current site on Curral Road in May 2011.
The school takes its name from St Michael’s Church, situated some two miles away in the township of Langley.
Notable pupils include Carlton Palmer former English professional football player who played as a midfielder, most notably for Sheffield Wednesday.
It has been the only school in Rowley Regis since the closure of Britannia High School in 2002.
The school now offers a sixth form post-16 education service, working in conjunction with Halesowen College where students are taught their A-level courses.
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