Handsworth Grammar School
Handsworth Grammar School is voluntary aided grammar school that admits boys from the age of eleven and boys (as well as girls in the sixth form, since September 1997). The school was founded in 1862 ...
King Edward VI Five Ways
King Edward VI Five Ways (KEFW) is a traditional, selective and co-educational state grammar school for ages 11–18. It is located in the Bartley Green area of south Birmingham, England. One of the sev...
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Bishop Vesey's Grammar School
Bishop Vesey's Grammar School (BVGS) is a selective state grammar school with academy status in Sutton Coldfield, West Midlands. Founded in 1527, it is one of the oldest schools in Britain. The school...
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King Edward VI Camp Hill School for Girls
King Edward VI Camp Hill School for Girls is a grammar school in Kings Heath, Birmingham for students aged 11 to 18 (Year 7 to Year 13), consistently achieving top positions in national Performance T...
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Sutton Coldfield Grammar School for Girls
Sutton Coldfield Grammar School for Girls is a selective grammar school and sixth form for girls in Sutton Coldfield near Birmingham, West Midlands, England. It is a specialist science college and a L...
King Edward VI Handsworth
King Edward VI Handsworth School is a grammar school for girls aged 11–18 and is located in Handsworth, Birmingham, England. It is part of the Foundation of the Schools of King Edward VI. The school w...
King Edward VI Aston School
King Edward VI Aston School is a selective, all-boys' grammar school and specialist Sports College. The school, designed by Birmingham architect J.A. Chatwin, opened in 1883 and is still located on it...
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King Edward VI Camp Hill School for Boys
King Edward VI Camp Hill School for Boys is a Grammar School in the UK usage - which corresponds with a selective high school in the US usage. The name is retained from the previous location at Camp...
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