The decision to send your child to Solihull is inevitably a very personal one, but there are important things for all parents to consider.
This is a community providing co-educational continuity from 3 to 18 and the pastoral care is excellent. The feeling of being 'new' disappears very quickly and Solihull pupils are happy, confident and engaging.
The strength of the alumni community is such that Solihull is for life. Pupils will continue to benefit both professionally and socially from their time at school through university, in the workplace and beyond.
Academic success features in the decision-making process and results continue to go from strength to strength. In 2023, 22% of all grades were at A*, 51% of all grades at A* - A and 77% of all grades were at A* - B, and virtually all Upper Sixth students go to their chosen university.
'Pupils have extremely positive attitudes to learning and are highly motivated to succeed.'
There is something for everyone at Solihull. Sport, Music and Performing Arts are all strong and there are many more activities to keep pupils busy. Debating, Young Enterprise, the Duke of Edinburgh's Award Scheme, photography, food technology and skiing are all popular. The school also owns a cottage in Snowdonia and most pupils will visit the cottage at least once. Solihull's pupils achieve at the highest level in a caring and warm environment, one in which relationships between pupils and those between pupils and staff are friendly, respectful and conducive to the fulfilment of every individual’s potential.
Please do not hesitate to contact our Admissions Registrar, Nicolette Mullan should you have any questions or would like to arrange a visit.