Record A-level Results
A-level Results: press release August 2015
Stratford Girls’ Grammar School is pleased to report extraordinary academic success with a brilliant set of A-level exam results for 2015. We congratulate all our 98 A-level students on their tremendous achievements, including an outstanding 87.3% of all grades at A*, A or B: which is in fact a new school record. Within a 100% pass rate, nearly half of all grades were A* or A (48%).
Headteacher Ms Kate Barnett said: “Our girls have again done extremely well and I am enormously proud of each and every one of them. These results reflect their considerable hard work, determination and resilience, as well as their talent, and the girls – and their fantastic teachers – are to be warmly congratulated!”
Our highest achiever Elizabeth Hong (five A* grades) is off to Cambridge to read Medicine, but the vast majority of her fellow students have also secured places at their first choice universities, on courses ranging from Anthropology and Architecture to Zoology through all subjects in between, including Computer Science, International Relations, Mechanical Engineering, and New Media, as well as the more traditional subjects. It is also interesting to see high-flying girls taking up other options, including degree-focused training schemes with companies such as Price Waterhouse Cooper.
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- 100% pass rate
- 87.3% A*/B (new school record: up 5 percentage points)
- 48% A*/A
- 18% A*
- DfE: APS per student: 1128.82
- DfE: APS per exam entry: 245.53
- 5 confirmed Oxbridge successes (from 5 holding offers)
- 77% took EPQ and 54% achieved A*/A
- 98 students on roll
Published on 17th August 17