A level results day - 2022
Chichester High School students and staff are once again delighted to be celebrating A Level results. The last two years for this group of young people have been unprecedented and, at times, filled with uncertainty. Despite this, our students have approached their studies with a level of determination and resilience that is truly amazing.
Today we are celebrating each and every one of our students. There are many outstanding personal performances which has meant that 58% of the cohort attained A*-B grades, 78% attained A*-C grades and the cohort had an overall pass rate of 100%, which is higher than the national average.
We are extremely excited to announce that our Sports Academy has seen further success this year with 71% of the cohort attaining D*D*D* (the highest grade possible). These students have successfully gained places to study Sport related subjects at the University of Bath, University of Worcester, Hartpury University and University of Essex.
As a group of young people, the year group have supported each other, worked together and given our school community many years of joy and service. In the last year the students have not only focused on their studies but have been busy being involved in fundraising, Duke of Edinburgh and CCF, as well as supporting across the school from sport to our Mental Health programme.
The success of our students' A Level results reflects the commitment, dedication and sheer hard work that they have put into their time at CHS, both inside and outside the classroom. It has been a busy morning and we are pleased to see so many of our students achieving their expected places at a wide range of Universities including the University of Southampton, Queen Mary University and University of Liverpool. As always, students and staff have worked really hard for these results and we are very pleased that their efforts have been rewarded.
Our Headteacher Joanne McKeown has said ‘It takes a whole school to prepare students for these exams, and so it is the whole of our school that is extremely proud for all our year 13 pupils today.
We are very proud of each and every one of our students and wish them every success and happiness in their future.’
Head of Sixth Form,
Chichester High School