Manchester High School for Girls has been educating girls since 1874 and has a long and distinguished history. Their girls are not only empowered to achieve their academic potential; they also leave as ambitious, principled young women who are ready to take on the world.
So, who is a Manchester High School girl?
She’s the girl who aims high and loves learning for its own sake. The School builds character; girls develop resilience, curiosity and confidence and the skills that enable them to be the very best they can be.
The wellbeing of their pupils is a priority and they encourage participation in activities and events that reflect a holistic approach to each pupil’s development.
MHSG’s pioneering alumnae epitomise their ethos. From the Pankhurst sisters who fiercely campaigned for women’s voting rights, through to today’s leaders, such as Facebook EMEA Vice President, Nicola Mendelsohn and Dr Kotska Wallace, Principal Engineer at the European Space Agency, their alumnae inspire current pupils to aim high.
Manchester High School for Girls is proud to have educated so many women who have changed the world – and is equally excited about what current pupils will go on to achieve. The Sunday Times Northwest Independent Secondary School of the Year in 2019, MHSG teaches girls from the age of four through to 18.