Several High Wycombe schools have made the grades in this year’s Sunday Times School Guide.

The 2022 Parent Power School Guide lists the best primary and secondary schools in the UK to help parents find the best place to send their children in their area.

Buckinghamshire boasts some of the finest schools in the country, according to the list, with numerous High Wycombe schools featured.

The list is compiled using each school’s most recent pre-coronavirus moderated exam scores.

See below to see which institutions made the cut.

Independent secondary schools:

3. Wycombe Abbey School

Named the number one independent secondary in the south east of England and the third best in the country, Wycombe Abbey continues to be recognised as one of the best schools out there.

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The girls’ school, which welcomes students from the ages of 11 to 18, boasts outstanding A level results of 96.7 per cent A*-B. 96.7 per cent also achieved A*/A/9/8/7 in GCSEs.

The boarding school was named one of the best in the world in the Spear’s School Index in October and continues to be recognised as an outstanding educational institution.

Wycombe Abbey School ranked 5th in the 2019 list (no list was published in 2020 due to coronavirus).

Independent preparatory and junior:

39. Crown House Preparatory School

This small mixed gender school just outside the centre of High Wycombe boasted excellent scores in reading and maths, making it the 39th best independent primary and preparatory school in the country.

Students at the school in Bassetsbury Lane exceeded the national average in key areas – posting scores of 108 in reading and 107 in maths, where the standard is 100.

Selective state schools:

58. Wycombe High School

This girls’ secondary school, based in Marlow Road, also has good pedigree, featuring inside the top 100 selective state schools for the past decade.

Wycombe High has fallen slightly in the rankings since 2019, finishing 39th then and 58th now, but it still boasts top quality teaching and outstanding A-Level and GCSE results year after year.

This time around, 73.8 per cent of students scored A*-B in their A-Levels, and 70.3 per cent achieved A*/A/9/8/7 in their GCSEs.

61. The Royal Grammar School

Not far behind Wycombe High in the selective state schools category, this large boys school achieved similarly high results.

A-level students attained 73.6% A*-B, while 68.8 per cent of the year 11s achieved A*/A/9/8/7 in their GCSEs.

The Amersham Road secondary, which caters for students aged 11 to 18, achieved the exact same position this year as it did in 2019.

133. John Hampden Grammar School

The third selective state school in Wycombe to feature on this prestigious list, this school in Marlow Hill placed1 133rd in the country.

John Hampden Grammar has featured as high as 69th on the list in the past, placing there in 2016, but its most recent scores are still extremely impressive.

A-level students managed a pass rate of 65.6 per cent A*- B, while 55.2 per cent of the GCSE cohort manged A*/A/9/8/7 scores.