Scores of GCSE and A-level pupils face having to repeat an entire academic year after their school decided to fold midway through their course.
Abbots Bromley School announced in March it would shut on 5 July unless a buyer could be found.
The fee-paying, mixed site in Staffordshire says it has a funding crisis, and a purchase is not forthcoming.
Angry parents say it leaves students high and dry as exams loom.
Children in years 10 and 12 are halfway through their two-year GCSE and A-level programmes respectively, and look set to need new schools to complete their studies.
According to parents, that is proving difficult as pupils are struggling to find local alternatives that offer courses with the same exam board.
Without a match to studies already…
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