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  • Equipped for Life

    Single-Sex Plus • King’s High Baccalaureate • Leadership Programme • Outstanding Track Record In Higher Education • King’s Links • Superb Links With The World Of Work • Modern, Dynamic Workspaces • Specialist Teachers • Pastoral Care • Extensive Academic And 'Inspire' Enrichment Programme

  • Equipped for Life

    21st best girl's school - The Times Independent Girls' Schools A Level Rankings
    90% A*-B A Level
    63% A*-A
    24% A*
    100% pass rate at A Level

  • Equipped for Life

    We’re not just a school, we’re a family.'
    'King's is the best place to be, if you want to achieve your goals'

  • Equipped for Life

    'The girls are just lovely. What can you say? Who wouldn't want their daughters to be like this at 18? Confident but not arrogant; excited about their future but hugely loyal to their past; believing the world is theirs for the molding into something much fairer than has gone before.' The Good Schools Guide 2018


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Sixth@Kings introduces our girls to a distinctively more mature environment. Whilst we continue to offer a wealth of guidance, support and expertise, our students still have access to the range of support and opportunity extended to them both inside and outside of the classroom, from one to one UCAS and careers support, to a full range of supra and co-curricular activity. Our girls are situated in a dedicated Sixth Form Centre housed at the School, where they are encouraged to conduct themselves with increased independence, with the expectation to manage their own time and study opportunities effectively, whilst simultaneously benefitting from small cohorts and ongoing support. Girls are given the opportunity to organise and administer, to lead, to work as part of a team, and to take responsibility for themselves and for others.
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    Recent Achievements Beyond The Classroom Have Included:

    Duke Of Edinburgh Gold Award National Concert Band Platinum Award Music Distinctions Lamda Gold National Awards Young Enterprise Awards  National  Talent 2030 Finalists Shell Bright Minds Winners School PhotographyConcert Band Winners  National French Spelling Bee Finalists Women In Engineering Winners Chemistry Olympiad National Water Polo Finalists Rotary Club Innovation Awards National Clay Pigeon Champions

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    New Campus with new Shared Sixth Form Centre Opens September 2019

    Best of Both Worlds

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    A Level Results

    King’s High Girls Celebrate Excellence at A Level!

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    New News Story

    Read the glowing report we received from The Good Schools Guide in June 2018 in full.

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    King’s High – The dawning of a new era for a ‘best of both worlds education’

    The Warwick Independent School Foundation, comprising Warwick Prep, Warwick School and King’s High, Warwick, is heralding a new era for the future of the schools, and in particular King’s High, by relocating the School and Sixth Form Centre, from the Warwick location it’s had since 1879.

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  • Our Stories

    Gemma Whelan - 'Old Girl'

    Actor - Game of Thrones, Up-Start Crow, The Moorside

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    Meg - Head of House

    I have been at King’s since the start of Lower Sixth and I think King’s is special because of the teacher’s attitude towards their specific subject. I think the teachers go above and beyond for us all at King’s, giving up their lunch times to meet with us or after s...

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    Eleanor - Prefect

    The thing that makes King’s so unique is the number and type of opportunities we are given; aside from the huge number of extra curricular activities available, King’s offers some amazing trips. I have been lucky enough to travel to France, Iceland, Italy and India with my friends and ma...

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    Davina - Head of House

    The class sizes at King's in the Sixth Form are relatively small starting at around six students to nine in a class. This allows the student to get more direct one to one help from their teacher and also means that the teachers have a more intimate knowledge of the student allowing them to write...

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    Carina Yew-Booth - 'Old Girl'

    Former King’s High School student 'Old Girl' Carina Yew Booth, 19, of 1368 (Warwick and Leamington Spa) Squadron has recently been named as the top female cadet in the Central and East Region of the Air Training Corps. 

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    Gillian Burn - 'Old Girl'

       Gillian is an Author and Wellbeing Practitioner.     “Kings High provided the foundation for a varied and exciting career pathway.  It gave me the confidence to go for my dreams, even though I may not have achieved the highest grades during my school d...

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    Jess Jeetly MBE- 'Old Girl' 

    Is an entrepreneur and Founder and CEO of Jeetly – a fashion brand for petite women.

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    Alex Muldoon - 'Old Girl'

    My advice to current King’s girls would be enjoy yourself at school but also think about want you want to do in the future.

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    Lt Cdr Jenna Kelway - 'Old Girl'

    I remember clearly the Open Day I attended at King's High before I sat the entrance exam.  King’s felt like a warm and happy place compared to some of the other schools I had visited, with girls enjoying learning and keen to show others what they were doing. I took Maths...

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    Baroness Judith Jolly -'Old Girl'

    I have very happy memories of my time at school. I loved music at King's, the carol services and concerts at Birmingham Town Hall and the excellent teaching of the music teacher Miss Wallace. She taught us to sight read music at King’s and so I have been able to join a...

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    Sophie Turner - 'Old Girl'

    Aim to have a career doing something you love.  If you do, then success will follow.  Remember... passion breeds happiness!

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    Ally - Senior Prefect

    For me, the thing that makes King’s such a special school, is the sense of community we have. The interactions between year groups such as through the house system and the Mothers and Daughters set up mean girls feel valued and comfortable with girls of all ages. Another aspect is the incredib...

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    Poppy - Prefect

    There’s so much at King’s which makes it a truly outstanding place to attend, from the positive attitude and ethos which radiates, the class sizes, the supra and extra-curricular activity, guest speakers, UCAS support, peer to peer support and so much more! What I value about Kin...

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    Lily - Head of House

    There are so many things that make King’s High so special, but I think in particular the support and help we get from the teachers both in academia and in co-curricular activities. There is so much opportunity outside of the classroom - I had the best trip of my life thanks to King's. We w...

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    Emma-Jane - Head Girl

    The thing that’s so special about King’s is that it is forever moving forward. With great respect for its past – King’s is forever innovating in new ways to make our school experience the very best it can be. With new classes and clubs on the timetable each year, numerou...

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    Daisy - Deputy Head Girl

    I have been at King’s High since year 9. Previously, I lived in Australia so moving to a school across the world was initially very overwhelming but the community of King’s students and teachers really helped me to settle in quickly. The thing that makes King’s so special i...

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    Katie - Head of House

    The thing that make King’s so special is the sense of community throughout the whole school, both within and between year groups. The positive attitude towards learning along with the breadth of all the teachers’ knowledge of their subject makes it easy to form a great relationship betwe...

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    Sharanya - Prefect

    I joined King’s in Year 10 as I moved here from a school in Germany so this is my fourth year at King’s High. For me, the best part about King’s is the people - the girls and teachers were so helpful and welcoming. Joining a new school at any age is hard but my class and...


  • Today, Sarah Hann, Educational Session Leader at Heritage & Culture Warwickshire will be joining us for the Sixth Form led Hobbs Society meeting, discussing how her work with volunteers ensures that the collections and museums provide an educational environment for visitors.


As well as excellent subject teaching facilities, we offer state-of-the-art learning and study spaces. The newly refurbished Sixth Form Centre offers a dedicated Sixth Form Library, a comprehensive Careers Zone, and a range of private and collaborative study spaces. Click on the circle to watch our Sixth@Kings film and discover for yourself life at Sixth Form.