Highclare pupils celebrate A-level success
16th August 2019
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Highclare Sixth Form is celebrating another year of A-level exam success.

The school’s Upper Sixth pupils achieved a four-year high in examination results, with 52 per cent of pupils achieving A*-B grades. 

This is despite A-level results across the UK dipping to the lowest level for nearly a decade.

Among the Highclare pupils celebrating were head girl Maariya Suleman, who will be studying Mathematics with Philosophy at Sheffield University, Daniella Palmer who has chosen to study Business and Management at Exeter University, Celyn Dugdale who will be studying Cellular and Medical Medicine at Bristol University and head boy Daniel Hurst, who began his education at Highclare Pre-Preparatory School and will now be continuing his educational journey at Nottingham University studying History. 

Dr Richard Luker, Headmaster at Highclare, said: “I am extremely proud of the exceptional individual achievements attained by our U6 pupils. 

“From Pre-Prep to U6, Highclare School is dedicated to educating the whole person, and for students to achieve such superb A-level results whilst taking part in a full co- and extra-curricular timetable they have not only fulfilled their academic potential but have enhanced their personal skills, equipping them for their future in their chosen profession.

“This success is a culmination of a lot of hard work and commitment from all concerned and will stand them in good stead as they embark on the next step of their lives, we wish them all the very best.”

Students interested in exploring Sixth Form opportunities at Highclare School for this September are encouraged to contact the school for an informal.

To find out more about Highclare Sixth Form and Highclare School please contact our team at marketing@highclareschool.co.uk


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