Re: WGHS School
WGHS stand for Wolverhampton Girls' High School, it is a selective state school for girls in Wolverhampton in the West Midlands of England. WGHS School
has four forms in each year, with each house constituting a different form. Subjects are taught in form groups in years 7 to 9 and then in option groups for the senior years.
Foreign languages (French, German, Latin, Russian, Spanish, and Japanese)
WGHS School uniform is a significant aspect of the school, and is strictly enforced. Lower school students (Years 7-11) must wear:
A knee-length navy blue straight skirt with red stripes and a split at the back, although the older girls are allowed to wear their old uniform: a knee-length navy blue straight herringbone skirt with a pleat in the back.
A tailored light blue blouse with a butterfly collar.
A school jumper, navy blue, with the original school crest in either red or navy.
Plain black shoes with a small heel.
Sixth Form students wear a variation on the original uniform:
The lower school skirt is adapted to feature a split, rather than a pleat in the back and no pockets.
Students are given the option to wear cardigans instead of jumpers.
Wolverhampton Girls High School
Tettenhall Rd, Wolverhampton WV6 0BY, United Kingdom
+44 1902 312186