Mill Hill County High School maintain a Good Ofsted rating. Highlights from the 2016 short inspection include:
The governing body is experienced and passionate about the future success of the school. Governors have an accurate understanding of the quality of education provided by the school.
The library is a busy and thriving place. Pupils of all ages, including students studying in the sixth form, access a range of books, media and journals that aid them in their studies.
There is a comprehensive induction programme in place for those new to teaching which is highly valued. An open culture of more experienced staff sharing their best practice helps these teachers to develop their skills and confidence.
Leaders ensure that students in the large and oversubscribed sixth form have the academic aptitude to be successful on their chosen courses. A large number go on to their first choice of university, with many accessing prestigious Russell Group universities.