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Rugby High School ranked 47th in list of top performing schools in the country

The Sunday Times has released its Parent Power guide with school league tables, revealing the best UK secondary schools.

Rugby High School is ranked as 47th in the country, and 32nd for its GCSE results. Head Teacher, Mr Mark Grady said: “To be in the top 50 state schools is an incredible achievement, and proof of the outstanding education and outcomes students achieve at Rugby High School. This is a real testament to the highly skilled and passionate staff of Rugby High School, our talented students and the supportive families with whom we work.”

Parent Power tables rank schools on their average performance using A-level, GCSE and IB outcomes from summer 2023. The league tables can be searched by school name, town, postcode, LEA and type – whether state or independent.

The Sunday Times describes its Parent Power guide as the definitive guide to helping you make one of life's most important decisions: how to choose a school for your children. First published in 1993 the guide is available as a print section in the newspaper and there is also a fully-searchable database of 1600 schools online. The guide’s aim is to give parents the power to identify top performing schools and the list acts as an assessment of all academic results on a school-by-school basis. 

Access the Sunday Times Parent Power Guide online (subscription required)