Founded in 1910, Altrincham Grammar School for Girls is proud of its long tradition of academic success, sporting and cultural achievements and caring service to the community.
Currently there are 1275 on roll, including 334 in the sixth form.
Every girl is valued equally and encouraged to develop her potential to the full.
AGGS is part of the Bright Futures Educational Trust, a multi-academy, school-led organisation, whose mission is to provide a first-class education for all young people. The Trust is led by Dr John Stephens, who was appointed Chief Executive Officer of Bright Futures Educational Trust (BFET) in January 2017.
Ms Stephanie Gill, the Headteacher of AGGS, ensures that the school maintains the very highest standards. Enjoyment of learning, self-discipline, concern for others and opportunities for leadership lie at the heart of the school’s ethos. Every girl is valued equally and encouraged to develop her potential to the full.
The school is attractively situated in Bowdon. There is a pleasing mixture of building styles, preserving the best of the old and incorporating state-of-the-art facilities, reflecting AGGS’s status as a National Teaching School.
AGGS is one of the highest performing schools in the country, consistently rated outstanding in every area by OFSTED.