Nottingham High School named best in East Midlands

Nottingham High School has been named the number one performing independent school in the East Midlands according to the annual Sunday Times Parent Power rankings.

Nottingham High achieved an impressive A*-B A-Level percentage of 89.6 and a GCSE A*-A percentage of 72.9 which has firmly placed it in first positon above all other independent secondary schools in the East Midlands.
Nottingham High School’s Headmaster Mr Kevin Fear said: “We are thriving at present and this result shows that we have made our move to co-education from a position of considerable strength.
“We are absolutely thrilled to have achieved such a positive result in the annual Sunday Times Parent Power Survey, our staff have worked incredibly hard to secure these outstanding exam results.
“For us to have gained such brilliant results at the same time as our move to co-education demonstrates we are the strongest school in the region.
“This strength goes beyond academic results though and our students also enjoy a superb programme of co-curricular activities and are supported by a very strong system of pastoral care.

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“We are seeing incredibly strong interest from students wishing to join us next September and with our entrance assessments in January we look forward to recruiting our next generation of talented students.”
Nottingham High School is expecting high demand for places in 2017 with entrance assessments taking place in January and February for the Infant & Junior School, Senior School and Sixth Form.

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