King Edward VI Five Ways is a traditional, selective and co-educational state grammar school for ages 11–18 and is one of the eight schools in Birmingham that make up the King Edward VI Foundation. It has approximately 1,200 pupils throughout the school, with 180 pupils admitted into Year 7 each year. In September 2004 the school became a Specialist Humanities School and in 2008 took on a second Specialism in Science, although today specialisms are no longer funded by the government.
School: Mixed grammar school
Test Month: September
Results Sent to Parents: October
Allocations: 1st March 2020
Student Population: 1300