Mount House School celebrated the success of their A level students today in an emotional and exciting morning.
- 65% Students achieved A* and A grades
- 93% Students achieved A* to C grades
- 86% students will attend their first choice University
- Our top performer achieved 3A* and 2A grades and second top performer 3 A* grades
- Higher Education locations include many top Universities encompassing a wide range of subjects including Law at UCL, Law at Nottingham, Classics at Bristol, Biomedical Science at Cardiff, Art at Central St Martins, Architecture at Loughborough.
There were top performances across a range of subjects including English Literature, History, PE, Sciences and Languages. Following a time of such unprecedented uncertainty students were able to enjoy their well-deserved results and look forward to starting their university education.
Taniya Jamil who achieved 3 A* grades said
“I am so thrilled that I got the grades I worked so hard for. I would like to thank my teachers so much, I would not have been able to do this without them as there is so much preparation that goes into our A level coursework and mock exams. I am really excited and a bit nervous about my next step going to study Law at UCL.”
Thomas Sofocleous who achieved 2 A’s and 1 B Grade said
‘Thank you so much to all my teachers. I am so so happy! I can’t wait to go to Bristol Uni I’m really excited!’
Mia Groom who achieved 2 A* and 1 A grades said
“I’m so thrilled I’m going to Loughborough to do textiles and also to pursue my running career. Mount House has been like home to me for the last 6 years and what a great memory to finish on.”
Head Ian Davies said
“Our students have worked really hard to achieve these excellent results, and their teachers have been working flat out to ensure that every student had the right mixture of intellectual challenge and support throughout their time in the Sixth Form. It was a great pleasure to spend time with our students and their parents this morning. Our students are emerging from Mount House not only with outstanding academic qualifications, but also with all the skills they need to thrive at University and in later life.“