Sixth Form students at Immanuel College achieved the highest A-Level results in the college’s history.
Eager teenagers opened their envelops this morning (August 15) to find out if they got the grades to move forward on the next stage of their adventures.
90 per cent of students achieved A*- B and more than two thirds of all grades were A*- A, with 30 per cent exclusively at A*, making this another college record.
The average grade achieved by students was the highest ever and notable successes include:
- Toby Boyne, who gained five A* grades and will take up a place at Cambridge to study engineering.
- Omer Elchanan, who gained four A* grades and will take up a place at Cambridge to study medicine.
- Tom Mazin, who gained three A* grades and 1 A and will study aerospace Engineering at The University of Nottingham.
- Emily Pearlman, who gained three A* grades and 1 B and will study economics and mathematics at Bristol University.
- Noah Rubin, who gained three A* grades and will study mechanical engineering at Imperial College London.
Additionally, 25 per cent of the cohort will be taking up a place at either a Yeshiva or Seminary in Israel for the next academic year.
Headmaster Gary Griffin was delighted.
He commented: “Congratulations to the students on these record-breaking achievements, which come hot on the heels of our outstanding inspection report.
“Both are the result of hard work, dedication and excellent teaching.
“We are incredibly proud of our students who leave us exceptionally well prepared to pursue their aspirations and goals beyond Immanuel.
“I wish all of our pupils, and their parents, mazel tov!”