Burgess Hill Girls is celebrating after being ranked in the top 100 independent schools in the prestigious Sunday Times ‘Parent Power’ listings.
The 26th edition of Parent Power identifies the highest-achieving schools in the UK, ranked by their recent exam results.
It is the only girls’ school in Sussex to be awarded the accolade. And only two other schools in the county are included in the top 100.
This year’s ranking represents a jump of 57 places since last year.
Head Liz Laybourn said: ‘A Burgess Hill Girls education amounts to far more than a clutch of A* grades for our students, but it’s very rewarding to see our outstanding GCSE and A-level results recognised in this prestigious national listing which places us alongside some of the most famous schools in the country.’