Castell AlunRT @elispence: Great day for Sadie @WrexhamSC @CAHS_PE at Conway Autumn meet. 3 decent PBs #HardWorkPaysOff16 mins ago
Castell AlunRT @brandysuperdog: @CastellAlun Well done to Dave Humphreys , runner up in Daniel @DanielOwen1836 New Writing Competition1 day ago
Castell AlunCheck out our latest Headteacher's blog! days ago
Castell AlunRT @CAHS_PE: Year 9 lads played brilliantly against Mold Alun in the rugby tonight. Castell Alun won 54-4! Keep it up!5 days ago
Castell AlunRT @CAHS_PE: Well done to all year 7 students playing against Mold Alun in netball this evening. 2 games won & 2 lost. Great effort girls!5 days ago
Castell Alun SuccessWell done to Lauren Stuart YR 8 selected and played for Penyffordd Adult Ladies Team3 months ago
Castell Alun SuccessYear 7 Girls came first in the Flintshire athletics meeting and the year 7 Boys were runners up.3 months ago
Castell Alun SuccessMegan Looby 9U for maintaining a consistently outstanding standard of uniform and behaviour.3 months ago
Castell Alun SuccessEllie Williams 9U for outstanding contributions to Pastoral duties3 months ago
Castell Alun SuccessMegan Cartwright 9N - fantastic effort in trying to improve her spelling3 months ago
Castell Alun SuccessTom Roberts selected to present a series of episodes to be shown in the cinema called 'Run for your life' interviewing celebrities.3 months ago
Castell Alun SuccessHealth and Social Care (year 10) For consistent effort and commitment throughout the year: Bethany Steele3 months ago

“The exceptional school ethos creates an extremely positive inclusive and caring learning environment” - Estyn 2013

Castell Alun High School is a well established and successful English medium co-educational school catering for over 1330 students. The school serves a large number of communities over a wide catchment area stretching from Dobshill near Hawarden in the North, to Llay in the South; and from Kinnerton near Chester in the East to Treuddyn in the West.

The campus is located in the pleasant village of Hope, Flintshire, three miles from the border with England and roughly equidistant between Chester and Wrexham.

This provides for a rich and balanced cultural mix of English and Welsh which is reflected in the ethos of the School. We maintain the highest expectations of all our students and endeavour to meet their intellectual, social and physical needs and assist them to be better equipped to adapt to the changing needs of society. We believe that effective learning cannot be conducted in isolation if it is to be of benefit to the student and society; hence our determination to seek out ways of enriching the quality of students’ learning experience by looking upon the wider community as a curriculum resource.