140th Bursary Appeal

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Thank You

Principal's welcome

A message from our Principal

Welcome to Jersey College for Girls; a very special place for girls to learn.

Everything we do is designed to nurture, encourage and enthuse so that we bring out the best in every person. Our infectious culture is achieved through strong friendships, excellent teaching, unending care and a deep sense of belonging. As a result, our students refer to JCG as their second home.

I feel so privileged to be Principal of this life-affirming community and have enormous pride in our caring, fun, confident and, importantly, likeable students.

Student welcome

A message from our students

My friend told me that she thought JCG was an amazing and unique school and that I should take the entry test. I believed that JCG was a great school full of kind and helpful people. Now that I’m here I think the same as my friend.

I like that we have sport at the end of the day, and that you can choose from so many. It is a fun way to end the day. My favourite subject is English as I love writing stories. I also do well at science and hope to become a doctor or a nurse in the future. I think that JCG will help me achieve my goals and dreams.

“Chemistry is my
favourite subject - it’s
like art for a scientific
mind, full of drawings,
shapes and diagrams.”

Harriet, Year Nine
Aspire | Inquire | Excel | Belong

Our vision

A student leaving JCG at the end of her studies will enjoy life to the full, value her friendships and achieve balance in her life. She will have a thirst for knowledge and already possess a broad understanding of the cultural, historical, geographical and scientific events and ideas which have fashioned her island and her world, and an eagerness to discover more. She will have a good range of hobbies and interests, including the Arts and sport, which she wants to pursue. She will be a rigorous and imaginative thinker.


A*-A A-level results


Grade 9-7 GCSE results


rated the overall performance of the College as good or excellent

News & Updates

  • Repair Shop

    Our sixth formers took part in a new elective today - Repair Shop. We look forward to seeing the outcomes.

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  • Embrace Our Difference

    Hannah, together with our principal, Carl Howarth met Lord Blunkett at the inspiring Embrace Our Difference event at the library. The photo was kindly taken by the Bailiff.

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