Fitzalan High School (Welsh: Ysgol Uwchradd Fitzalan) is an 11-19 mixed, large, co-educational, community comprehensive secondary school in Cardiff. The school is located in the suburb of Leckwith area (Canton electoral ward) of Cardiff, Wales. The school serves some areas which are economically disadvantaged. Over 40 different languages are spoken within the school community. There are currently (2010) 1,440 pupils on roll including 254 students in the sixth form.
The school's catchment area covers Canton, Butetown, Grangetown, Riverside. Principal feeder schools are Kitchener, Radnor, Lansdowne, Severn Road, Ninian Park Primary, St. Mary the Virgin, Grangetown and Mount Stuart.
Read more about Fitzalan High School: History – The Origins, Fitzalan Technical High School (1953-1968) Howard Gardens, Fitzalan High School (1964 - Present) Lawrenny Avenue, Organisation and Communications, Facilities, Head Teachers, Notable Former Pupils of Fitzalan High School, School Inspections
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