The Studio School Luton was a 14–18 vocational studio school located in York Street, Luton, in the English county of Bedfordshire. The school closed in September 2016.The school was established in September 2010, making it one of the first two studio schools to be established in England. It was previously sponsored by the Barnfield Federation of schools, but became part of the Shared Learning Trust in 2015 and was renamed The Studio School Luton.Pupils at the school studied for core GCSEs in English, Maths and Science. Students also studied for an OCR National in Science and the BTEC First Diploma in Business, as well as choosing a BTEC Certificate or Diploma from Art, PE or Music. In addition pupils pursued a Level 1 or 2 award in a vocational area. Students in the sixth form study for a BTEC Extended Diploma in Business or Enterprise and Entrepreneurship, as well as undertaking up to 12 hours of paid work per week.In March 2016 it was announced that The Studio School Luton would close at the end of the academic year. The main reason was the low number of pupils at the school, with only 66 pupils attending in 2016, when the school had a capacity for 300.