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King Edward VI High School for Girls
Edgbaston Park Road, B15 2UB Birmingham
0121-472 1834

Welcome to KEHS.

King Edward VI High School for Girls is a multi-layered, modern school. Each girl is encouraged to engage with the rich world of ideas and explore intellectually as far as she can. Girls are eager to develop their creative and physical talents. KEHS girls revel in the wide range of activities outside of the classroom that are on offer. Each girl’s personal journey through school will be different, but for all, a KEHS education ensures she can play a full part in the challenges and opportunities of life in the 21st century. Girls come here wanting to learn and grow with a natural curiosity about life, knowledge and people.
At KEHS we are preparing girls for a fulfilling life as 21st Century women providing students with opportunities to be independent thinkers and confident leaders.

At a dinner in November, Sarah Evans, Head of KEHS, was presented with the Institute of Directors’ Leadership Award, 2007.
‘It was an honour to receive such a lovely acknowledgement,’ says Sarah Evans. ‘It represents all the work that goes on at KEHS to prepare girls for the part they will play in tomorrow’s world. Our girls are the intellectual powerhouses of the future and the school wants to ensure they understand the responsibility of this. The Institute of Directors, like KEHS, is concerned with emerging leaders and how young people can have opportunities to consider the best ways of moving all of society forward. It is wonderful that the Institute of Directors has recognised in such a delightful way, the important role schools play in this.’
KEHS has many links through its highly supportive Old Edwardian and parental bodies to the world of work and opportunities abound for girls to experience the rich variety of economic life that will be available to them. It is rare for a day to go by without visitors coming into school to talk to groups of girls. Lunchtimes are busy with activities such as Young Enterprise, Engineering Schemes, event planning for charity and community work where girls are specifically considering the wider community.
Academic scholarship, that is at the heart of KEHS, is embedded not only in practical application but in fundamental moral values that mean KEHS girls will not just be effective and successful leaders but the great leaders of the future.

Do use our website to glimpse the many sides to life at KEHS.

Please contact us if you require further details or would like to arrange a visit.

NEXT OPEN OCCASION:  Thursday 3rd July 2008 5:00 p.m - 8:00 p.m


We are delighted that you are considering KEHS for your daughter, and would welcome the opportunity to talk with you about what you can expect of us. We are always keen to build up a relationship with our families before the girls join KEHS which helps to ease the transition into the next stage of a girl’s education for parents as well as their daughters.

To visit the school in person is the only way really to experience the atmosphere. We hold a number of open meetings throughout the school year that provide an opportunity to visit the school and talk to some of our staff and students. We can arrange a personal appointment to talk with the Head, Miss Sarah Evans.

11+ examinations for entry in September 2008 take place on 24th and 25th January and the closing date for applications is 17th January.
Examinations for entry in Sixth Form in September 2008 take place on 21st and 22nd February and the closing date for applications is 11th February.

Applications must be received by 17th January 2008 for entry in September 2008.

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