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Wolverhampton Grammar School


As a multicultural school in the heart of England, Wolverhampton Grammar School is also one of the oldest schools in the country. Founded in 1512 to provide a “good, moral education” for the children of Wolverhampton, we have always served the people and economy of the city and continue to do so.

Our mission is to deliver education that transforms lives as well as minds and our students go on to achieve great things. We are determined to continue the work of our founder in offering financial assistance to the families of bright and gifted children of Wolverhampton who need it the most – be it through means-tested bursaries and scholarships or by delivering a first class WGS education across our exceptional 23 acre site.

Wolverhampton Grammar School is a Named Fund member of the Chapel & York US Foundation, Inc. The Chapel & York US Foundation, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization. Donations to the Foundation are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law. The Chapel & York US Foundation will send you the receipt you need for your tax return.

Our mission is simple: To delivery education that transforms lives as well as minds.

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About Wolverhampton Grammar School

As national award winners and judged ‘Excellent’ in all areas by the Independent Schools Inspectorate (ISI), Wolverhampton Grammar School is the top independent school in Wolverhampton in the West Midlands and the independent school of choice for parents who want approachability and a human dimension to education.  Large enough to be able to offer an experience like no other and yet personal enough to adapt our approach to suit the ambitions and interests of every child.

We provide this experience to 750 boys and girls from Year 3 through to Year 13 (ages 7 – 18) across our Junior School, Senior School and Sixth Form and our students come from all kinds of backgrounds and cultures. Their knowledge and skills are diverse, and are a source of strength and richness to the school.

On average, Wolverhampton Grammar School annually funds £770,000 to educate 80 children in need of financial support at our school. It is our ambition to fund even more free school places but this depends on the generosity of our supporters and community.

If you recognise the significance of Wolverhampton Grammar School in enabling a bright and gifted child from Wolverhampton to achieve great things, then please consider supporting a bursary or investing in our School’s infrastructure.  What difference will you make?

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