Brighton College: top co-ed school in England
In the only analysis of schools' results that includes GCSE and A-levels (or equivalent), as well as any grade changes following the re-mark of exams, The Sunday Times has named Brighton College as the highest performing co-educational school in England.
This score, revealed in the paper's annual Parent Power rankings, is based on:
· 97.0% of grades at A-Level at A*-B
· 92.1% of grades at GCSE at A*-A
The Sunday Times' top 10 co-educational schools are as follows:
1. Brighton College
2. Sevenoaks School
3. Alleyn's School, Dulwich
4. Perse School, Cambridge
5. Latymer Upper School, London
6. Concord College, Shrewsbury
7. Bancroft's School, Essex
8. Reigate Grammar School
9. Trinity, Croydon
10. Wellington College
Brighton pupils also outperformed several traditionally academic single-sex schools. No other Sussex school, single-sex or co-ed, features in the UK Top 90 schools.
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