Our students consistently perform at an exceptional level in their A-levels and GCSEs. Manchester High School for Girls was recognised as the Sunday Times Northwest Independent Secondary School of the Year 2019.
Students from the Class of 2021 have achieved some fantastic results in their A-levels this year.
Head Mistress, Mrs Helen Jeys, commented: “Whilst this year’s A-levels were once again awarded in a different manner, this must not detract from the work that our students have put into their studies over the course of the last two years; their grades are the well-deserved consequence of their fantastic work ethic and positive approach to study. I am so proud of our Class of 2021 who have experienced a final year like no other in the School’s long history.
Our Senior Sixth girls are a bright, conscientious and resilient group who will, I am sure, continue to challenge and excel in their chosen fields. I am delighted that so many of our A-level students have achieved the grades they need for the next stage of their journeys and will be taking up their chosen university place. We look forward to seeing them continue to flourish as they progress beyond the school gates."
The outstanding performance of our students at A-level is reflected in the courses and university destinations Manchester High girls choose to go on to. We are extremely proud of the academic performance of our girls, and pride ourselves on our pastoral support, the happiness and wellbeing of our pupils and our history of empowering girls to reach their individual goals.
Our GCSE results from 2021 were a real testament to the hard work and dedication from both our Year 11 students and staff here at Manchester High School for Girls who have experienced an academic year unlike any other.
Head Mistress, Mrs Helen Jeys, commented: “Our Year 11 students are remarkable, tenacious young people and, despite the enormous challenges of the last eighteen months, they have worked so hard to achieve the results they deserve. I am delighted with the fantastic news that the vast majority will be continuing their educational journey in our Sixth Form where they will be studying a wide variety of subjects in our purpose-built Sixth Form centre.”