Brighton and Hove High School A GSG School
- Brighton and Hove High School
- Head: Ms Jennifer Smith
- T 01273 280280
- F 01273 280281
- E firstname.lastname@example.org
- W www.bhhs.gdst.net
- A mainstream independent school for girls aged from 11 to 18 with a linked junior school
- Boarding: No
- Local authority: Brighton and Hove
- Pupils: 372
- Religion: Christian Inter-denominational
- Fees: £13,140 - £13,530 pa
- Open days: October, January, March and May
- Review: View the Good Schools Guide Review
- ISI report: View the ISI report
- Linked schools: Brighton and Hove Prep
What the Good Schools Guide says..
Parents say it produces empowered, confident, clever girls – but not cocky ones – ‘education rather than status’. Has suffered in the past through comparison to its noisy neighbour, Brighton College, both by staff and onlookers - now hopefully......
What the school says...
Entry to Brighton and Hove High School is as follows: age 11 - Maths, English & VR; age 12+ - Maths, English, Science and French (if already studied); age 16 - Minimum of 5 A-Cs (including English Language & Maths) with A/Bs in subjects to be pursued; an interview is also included.
Scholarships and bursaries available at all ages. ...Read more
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What The Good Schools Guide saysParents say it produces empowered, confident, clever girls – but not cocky ones – ‘education rather than status’. Has suffered in the past through comparison to its noisy neighbour, Brighton College, both by staff and onlookers - now hopefully...
Since September 2012, Jennifer Smith MA, MEd (50s), aims to be in post for the long haul after a series of two-to-three year predecessors. An engaging and sensible Glaswegian, she spent the previous 10 years rising to deputy head at Wilson’s, a state funded selective all boys school in Sutton. She still commutes south from there, her husband goes north to his headship in London and their daughter is at Sutton High (one of the 28 other members of the Girls’ Day School Trust). It was the vision of Helen Fraser , the CEO of the GDST,