Archbishop McGrath Catholic High School is located in a modern, purpose-built facility that opened in 2011 in Brackla, Bridgend. Although the school has been providing Catholic Secondary Education (ages 11-18) since the 1960s. The school serves the Roman Catholic Deanery of Bridgend, which incorporates out parishes.
The school believes the education of our young people is an important building block of the society in which we live and an indication of the vision for that society to which we aspire. The ethos of the school is not something extrinsic to the various aspects of school life. Rather, its concrete expression in liturgical prayer, assemblies and teaching of religious education is fundamental to our school, giving true and lasting value.
In 2015, 66.7% of pupils gained at least 5 A* to C grade GCSES including English/Welsh and Maths.
Headteacher: Mrs Angela Keller