GCSEs - 2018
Pupils at Manchester High School for girls had plenty to celebrate during GCSE results day, with superb results across a broad range of subjects and a third of students attaining grades 7-9 (A-A*) in all of their GCSEs.Mrs Hewitt commented: "This has been a year of uncertainty, due to more rigorous specifications and the wider introduction of the numerical grading system. We are delighted 23% of all the grades awarded to our pupils were grade 9s. However, it is important that pupils, parents, universities and future employers understand that grade 9 is designed to differentiate the most exceptional performance and that grades 7 and 8 are equivalent to an A or A* and therefore represent an excellent level of achievement."
A-levels - 2018
Manchester High School for Girls (MHSG) was bustling with excitement on 16th August, as A-level students celebrate success with a string of A*s and As in a range of subjects.
The overall results have been truly impressive as 74% of all A-levels achieved at MHSG were the coveted A* and A, with 93% of all grades secured in the A* to B range. Eight outstanding individuals from the Class of 2018 achieved three or more A*s.
The 2018 cohort was ranked best in the North West for A-level results according to the Times' A-level results table in August 2018.
The final International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma cohort at Manchester High School for Girls celebrated exceptional examination results on 5th July 2018.
The students achieved a world class average point score of 37.4 out of a maximum of 45. Last year the global average point score was 29.95 points.
Please note that the IB Diploma has now been discontinued at MHSG.