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Manchester High School for Girls

Exam Results

In 2018,74% 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.

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.

 

 
 
 
 

International Baccalaureate

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.