Hazel Grove High School (HGHS) celebrates another year of GCSE results day success with many of our students achieving top grades.

Nearly half of our Year 11 students achieved a grade 5+ in English and Maths, with 70% of students achieving grade 4+ in English and Maths.

Overall, across all subjects studied, students achieved an average grade of a 5, which is a strong pass.

Furthermore, there were some outstanding individual successes.

Congratulations to Elliot, who achieved grade 9s across the board.

Elliot, Head Boy of Hazel Grove High School, smiles under a balloon arch holding up his results on GCSE results day.

Elliot, Head Prefect of Hazel Grove High School, achieved grade 9 across the board.

A huge well done to Josh and Henry who achieved all grades 9s with two grade 8s.

Our Year 11 students have shown excellent Qualities, Attitudes and Habits which have enabled them to achieve their potential.

Year 9 students have also been celebrating as they collected their Modern Foreign Languages GCSE results.

62% of students achieved a pass at grade 5 and above with nearly 30% at the top grades of 7-9.

Eight Year 9 students from Hazel Grove High School smile holding their MFL results under a balloon arch at GCSE results day 2023.

Year 9 students Emily, Sophie, Hannah, Amelie, Eleanor, Isabelle, Aster and Faye collect their MFL GCSE results.

Incredibly, 14 of our Year 9 students achieved the top grade of a 9.


Martin Stewart, Head of School, said:

“We want to congratulate all of our students collecting exam results and wish them well in the next step of their educational journey. We look forward to continuing to work with the Hazel Grove students who will be taking up places in our brand new academic Sixth Form, which opens this September.”


Linda Magrath, CEO of the Laurus Trust, said:

“We are delighted to congratulate our students receiving their results today, all of which are hugely deserved after working so hard over the past 5 years. It’s important that we remember that this year’s Year 11 students experienced significant disruption during their early years at Hazel Grove High School, which makes their achievements even more impressive.

We are very proud of their outcomes and would like to thank all our students, their families, our staff and the wider community for their ongoing support.”


Hazel Grove Sixth Form Open Evening is on Wednesday 8th November where you will be able to find out more information about what is on offer, click here to visit the Sixth Form page where you can register your interest.