Wolverhampton Grammar School’s campus is currently closed to students – other than Junior School students; students attending timetabled tutorials; and the children of parents who are key workers. We continue to follow government guidance and our students continue to learn from home for as long as restrictions remain.

 

Interested in joining our School? Our Admissions team are available to answer any questions you have. Simply email jam@wgs-sch.net or telephone: 01902 422939 and we will be in touch.

Alumni

The experiences you have at School, and the friendships you make will last a lifetime. Being a member of our alumni community (known as Old Wulfrunians) ensures the benefits of studying at a top independent school extend way beyond your School years with us.

Our students go on to achieve great things and we have a growing worldwide alumni community of thousands in over 30 countries.

A message from one of our Alumni

Wolverhampton Grammar School gave me choices. I went on to study Medicine at King's College, London and now have a career as a Director of Research at a large hospital in Australia. I have a PhD and get to travel the world, doing a job I love.
Dr Nik Zeps (Class of 1988)

A message from one of our Alumni

Wolverhampton Grammar School gave me choices. I went on to study Medicine at King's College, London and now have a career as a Director of Research at a large hospital in Australia. I have a PhD and get to travel the world, doing a job I love.
Dr Nik Zeps (Class of 1988)
I started School in September 1954 and the Second World War had only ended 9 years earlier. It was boys only and only male teachers, who wore gowns when teaching. I played for all the School football teams, including the 1st XI in my last year. I come back to School a lot and help manage the School’s archive of historical documents and materials from the School's 500 year history.

Tony Phillips, Old Wulfrunian