CHS A levels 2018
Press Release: A-Levels Chichester High School Sixth Form
Chichester High School staff and students are delighted to be celebrating outstanding results which maintain the high level of performance from last year. There were many outstanding personal performances which has meant that many of our students will be able to take up their first choice university.
20% of the large Sixth Form cohort achieved an A*-A grade, students attaining A*- B accounted for half of the grades awarded and our A*-C at 82% is 5% higher than the national average.
We are very pleased that Georgina Burgoyne-Morris, having achieved three A*s, will be taking up her place at Cambridge University to read Natural Sciences.
In addition to these students our top performers who achieved at least two A*-A’s across the board are:
University of Southampton to read Aeronautics and Astronautics
University of Southampton to read Law
University of Bristol to read Mathematics
Kings College London to read History and International Relations
University of Bristol to read Electrical and Electronic Engineering
University of Greenwich to read Professional Dance and Musical Theatre
Royal Holloway, University of London to read Geography
Loughborough University to read Mechanical Engineering
University of Nottingham to read English
University College London to read Natural Sciences
University of Bristol to read Theatre and Performance Studies
University of Exeter to read Mathematics
Whilst nationally Art subjects are on the decline we are very pleased to celebrate Thomas Hodgson’s achievement in studying music at The Guildhall School of Music and Drama.
This year we have also had the opportunity to watch the success of Winter Youth Olympian, Yasmin Cooper, who has been studying hard whilst winning championships in skiing. After successfully gaining 3 Distinction*’s in BTEC Sport and Exercise Science she has successfully secured her place at the University of Bath to read Sport and Exercise Science.
Students and staff have worked really hard for these results and we are very pleased that their efforts have been rewarded.
We wish our students every success and happiness in their future.
Head of Sixth Form, Chichester High School