Kingswood MP Chris Skidmore raised the Grange School in Warmley in a debate in the House of Commons this afternoon.
It came in advance of tonight’s meeting of South Gloucestershire Council when members will be voting on the proposed closure of the school.
Mr Skidmore, who successfully campaigned for a £3m Studio School for the Grange site, said: “I fought hard for the Studio School so that pupils at the Grange would be able to continue their education at the new school.”
He asked the Education Secretary Nicky Morgan to meet with him to ensure that pupils at the Grange who wish to attend the Studio School “have the place at the new school that they deserve”.
Ms Morgan said the diversity of schools in the system were important in driving up standards and she was a great supporter of Studio Schools. She said she or one of her ministers would meet with M Skidmore urgently.
The Department for Education has said the closure of the Grange is a precondition for the Studio School opening.