Manchester Grammar School

The Manchester Grammar School is one of the nation’s truly great schools – academically, it stands among the very best in the country.

MGS was founded in 1515 and is one of the leading independent day schools in the north-west, housing a junior school, seniors school and sixth-form.

Pupils achieve outstanding academic results alongside tremendous success – nationally and internationally – in sport, music, drama and many other areas.

Lessons are taught by academic specialists with a passion for their subject, and almost all leavers go on to university – there is a strong tradition of boys progressing to Oxford, Cambridge and other Russell Group universities.

Manchester Grammar School GCSE success

Pupils at The Manchester Grammar School are celebrating another year of exceptional GCSE examination results. A total of 68% of all grades awarded to MGS pupils were at the coveted A* level. Nationally, the percentage [Read More]

Martial arts aces bag championship medals

Two young martial arts aces from the same form at The Manchester Grammar School (MGS) are celebrating after winning a host of medals. Anton Sodha, 13, from Stalybridge, and Aidan Lam, 13, of Didsbury, practise karate and [Read More]

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