Wolverhampton Girls' High School sixth form open day

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For more than 100 years, Wolverhampton Girls' High School (WGHS) has a long and established history of providing outstanding education and the school is inviting prospective students to its sixth form open day.

The school welcomes new students in the Sixth Form and those from within the city of Wolverhampton and beyond may apply for a place.

There is no charge or cost related to the admission of a student to the school.

Staff and current students will be available to answer any questions you may have on the open evening which takes place on Wednesday, October 17, from 7 – 8.50pm.

Two talks from the headteacher will take place at 7pm and 8pm.

WGHS offers a broad and rich curriculum with 20 subjects available for study, plus additional subjects available via its consortium partners.

A combination of high expectations – and support tailored to meeting individual needs – leads to academic excellence.

While academic achievements are an important part of life at WGHS, students enjoy the wide range of other opportunities.

These include participation in the thriving house system; and opportunities in the fields of sport, music and drama.


Sixth Formers are an integral part of the school, taking on various leadership posts and acting as role models for the younger students.

There is a plethora of activities for the students to engage in from leading whole school events; to organising charity fundraising activities; participating in debating competitions and enjoying expeditions abroad.

A team of dedicated staff ensures that students are well-supported to achieve academic success, within a caring community.

High quality advice and support is provided to ensure that students are well-informed to make their choices when preparing for higher education and their future careers.

The school has an impressive record of students going on to read a variety of degree courses including medicine and law; and at some of the best institutions in the country including Oxford and Cambridge.

To find out more about Wolverhampton Girls' High School, go along to the forthcoming open evening.

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