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    • Lucy and Mollie selected for UEFA WU19 Tournament

      AGS girls Lucy Shepherd and Mollie Rouse have both been selected for the UEFA WU19 Coefficient Tournament in Northern Ireland (Belfast).


    • Best ever A level results for AGS

      Alcester Grammar School is celebrating its best ever A level results, with over 67% of entries graded A*- B. This outstanding figure is even higher (over 75%) for those students who have been at the school for the whole of their secondary education.

    • AGS celebrates outstanding GCSE results.

      Alcester Grammar School is yet again celebrating outstanding GCSE results.  68% of all entries were graded A*- A, and 29% were graded A*.

    • Sixth Form Community Day 2016

      On Tuesday 5th July, Alcester Grammar School held its seventh annual Sixth Form Community Day. Just under 250 students from Year 12 (Lower Sixth) took time out from lessons to offer their services to local community projects.

    • AGS Open Evening Record Turnout

      On 5th July, we held our annual Prospective Year 7 Open Evening for parents and children considering AGS as their secondary school.  Over 1100 people attended the evening, with all four presentations full to capacity. 

    • Tom Beamer qualifies for the ASA Summer Nationals

      Tom Beamer, in Year 8, recently qualified for the ASA Summer Nationals for the 200m butterfly.

    • 'Tales of the Greeks' Production

      The show takes place on Thursday 30th June at 7pm and tickets for the show are £5 each and available on parent pay. We look forward to seeing you there.  

    • Tanzania Training in Snowdonia

      Training expedition for summer trek and charity project in Tanzania.

    • International University Fair

      21 international universities showcased their wares at a Student World event held in the Newport Study at AGS.

    • Sixth Form Subject Sampling record turnout

      A superb turnout at our sampling evening for prospective sixth-formers. Over 490 in attendance!