A Manchester High girl is recognisable by her confidence and passion, her intellect and ambition, her love of life, her caring spirit and her enthusiasm.
Manchester High School for Girls offers students a vibrant atmosphere and a strong sense of community. In such a supportive environment, each girl feels happy, cared for and valued as an individual.
Jessica Hewitt (18) from Wilmslow is set to conquer the world of Geography as she celebrates receiving two unconditional offers to study the subject post A-level from Lancaster University and the University of Birmingham.
A group of Senior Sixth Formers have triumphed in the national Student Investor Challenge by reaching the semi-finals of this exciting stock market competition.
Manchester High School for Girls’ Preparatory Department marked the centenary of women’s right to vote and the School’s indelible link with the Pankhurst women yesterday (6th February) with a special Suffragette Day.
“Manchester High School for Girls is an incredibly positive community. It promotes hard work, ambition and seriously clever women with a light touch. Its pupils leave the school with the world at their feet but also knowing how to support their friends, take care of themselves and have fun.” – The Good Schools Guide
The School operates an equality policy and all girls are considered on merit.
The information on this website is a summary of our admissions policy for entrants. Full policies for the Prep, Senior School and Sixth Form are available on request from the Registrar. Please contact the Registrar for further information or enquire online.
Chief Communications Officer, Manchester City Football Club
Class of 1989
First female Executive Director of Marks and Spencer
Class of 1971
Vice President, Facebook (EMEA)
Class of 1987
Founder of YourCash Europe and investor on BBC2’s Dragons’ Den
Class of 1977
Political Editor, The Guardian
Class of 1998
First female helicopter pilot in the British Army
Class of 1985
GP and NHS Medical Leadership Fellow
Class of 2001