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Bedford Girls' School is an independent school for girls which opened in 2010 after a merger between Bedford High School and Dame Alice Harpur School. Before the merger, each school had been operating since 1882. The school is academically selective and provides a high standard of education. Sxith Form students can choose between taking the IB Diploma or A-Levels. In 2017, IB students scored 37.3 points on average, with a high proportion of students being accepted into Oxbridge and Russell Group universities.
The average score of students at Bedford Girls' is 37.3 compared to the IBO average of 28.56
Bedford Girls' has a Selective policy. Information about their entry criteria can be found on their website.
This School teaches in English only and has not publicly stated any other languages taught in.
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Bedford Girls' does not offer the MYP but may offer similar courses.
Students can only take the MYP pre-16 y/o.