Highclare School: outstanding A level results
The latest cohort of highly successful sixth formers returned to school today to receive their A Level results. Among the Highclare students celebrating this morning were Hope Stirland who achieved 1 A*, 1 A, 1 B and 1 C, Sunjeev Bamra, who achieved 1 A*, 1 A and 1 B and Isabelle Dimascio who achieved 1 A and 2 Bs.
Students have been accepted to study an ever-increasing range of subjects such as Law, Pharmacy, Accounting & Business Finance, Computer Science and Global Sustainable Development at some of the most highly regarded institutions such as Warwick, York and Liverpool universities. One student has achieved a place on a prestigious apprenticeship programme with a world-leading financial services provider.
We are incredibly proud of all that this cohort has achieved and the determination they have displayed. They have built on the incredible success seen in previous years and demonstrated a high level of academic excellence.
Dr R Luker, Headmaster commented “I am extremely proud of the exceptional achievements attained by our U6 cohort during another challenging year of study. This success is a culmination of a lot of hard work, resilience and commitment from all concerned throughout their educational journey.
Many thanks to our incredible team at Highclare who went above and beyond in support of our students. The students displayed an exceptional strength of character, adaptability and dedication as they worked towards their qualifications. We wish them all the very best and look forward to receiving news of their future successes”
Students attained an impressive set of examination results, with 53% passing at A*, A or B including EPQ.
Students who may be interested in exploring Sixth Form opportunities at Highclare School for this September are encouraged to contact the school for an informal discussion. Find out more about our dedicated Sixth Form Centre, a vibrant environment to study a choice of over 20 A levels, our full extra-curricular timetable of events and the substantial academic scholarship programme solely based on GCSE achievement now in place. Please contact admissions for further information.