|Local authority||North Yorkshire County Council|
|Department for Education URN||121667 Tables|
|Principal||Mr Simon Riley|
|Age||11 to 18|
Established in 1912 as the County School, Whitby, it was a mixed grammar school for pupils aged 11 to 18 until 1972 when it became comprehensive and was renamed Whitby School. At this time the school starting age decreased to 14. The school was renamed Whitby Community College in 1993 when the school started to offer adult education classes. In September 2014 Whitby Community College merged with Caedmon School to form Caedmon College and increased its starting age to 11 once again. Today Caedmon College is a community school administered by North Yorkshire County Council. The emblem of the County School was Captain Cook's ship HMS Endeavour, portrayed with the Whitby ammonites on the sail and a flag composed of the flag of England with the upper third having three white roses on a red background.
Caedmon College offers GCSEs, BTECs and Cambridge Nationals as programmes of study for pupils, while students in the sixth form have the option to study from a range of A-levels and further BTECs. The school also offers a provision of adult education courses in conjunction with the Whitby Adult Learning and Skills Service.
In February 2019 the college agreed to federate with nearby Eskdale School.
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- The Viking; no. 13 Christmas 1920. Whitby: County School; pp. 351-53