Watford Grammar School for Boys



Watford Grammar School for Boys (commonly abbreviated as WBGS) is a partially selective Academy for boys in Watford in Hertfordshire. The school and its sister school, Watford Grammar School for Girls, descend from a Free School founded as a charity school for boys and girls by Elizabeth Fuller in 1704. Despite its name, the school accepts boys of all abilities, although approximately a third are selected for academic or musical aptitude, and brothers of existing pupils are also guaranteed places. Its results are among the highest achieved by non-grammar state schools in England.

Exam: Exam Board Not Specified

School: Boys' bilateral school

Test Month: September

Results Sent to Parents: October

Allocations: 1st March 2020

Student Population: 1244

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Watford Grammar School for Boys
Rickmansworth Road
Watford Hertfordshire
WD18 7JF
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