AGGS is currently one of the highest achieving schools in England (this being helped by the fact that it is a selective school which requires girls to sit and pass an entrance exam to gain a place at the school) and has gained status as a language college. Most recently in the past few years it has had excellent results in national GCSE exams with all girls achieving an A*-C grade (a 100% pass rate) and with 80% of these girls achieving at least a B. In 2008, At A2-Level, over 80% of girls achieved all B's or A's- a high result nationally.
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