GCSEs act as a useful benchmark for universities in particular, for example, a university degree course offering a year abroad option would usually require a language at GCSE.
Our 2017 Year 11 students performed exceptionally well. The numbers in brief:
80 pupils from the School – recently judged “Excellent” in all areas following an inspection by the Independent Schools Inspectorate – studied towards an incredible 772 GCSE/iGCSE. An impressive 455 A* or A grades were awarded to Wolverhampton Grammar School students – that’s over a quarter of all students who will be celebrating 9 or more passes at A*- A.
Students from other schools receiving GCSE results this week may be interested in joining Wolverhampton Grammar School’s successful Sixth Form. With a strong track record of A Level results and access to prestigious universities, Wolverhampton Grammar School also offers one of the widest selection of A Level subjects and extra/co-curricular clubs in the area and students go on to achieve great things.
Students can expect individually tailored HE and UCAS support as well as a personalised curriculum, regularly reviewed to ensure subjects meet the needs of students and the requirements of the best universities, together with small class sizes and dedicated Sixth Form facilities.
Wolverhampton Grammar School is one of the leading co-educational independent schools in the region and the top independent school in Wolverhampton. Students and parents receiving GCSE results this week can contact us now on (01902) 421326 or visit www.wgs.org.uk to learn more about joining our Sixth Form and the options available for studying towards AS and A Levels at the School.