A Level Results 2013
We are pleased to announce this year's A and AS Level results. At A Level the School's pass rate is 99.6% with 25% of the cohort achieving three or more A or A*grades. We have had some outstanding results from individual pupils:
Rebeckah Trinder and Serena Chang both achieved 5 A levels, all at A* and A.
Fatima Ali, Divya Balasubramanian, Charlotte Eaton, Alice Luesley, Rebecca Walker and Ashwini Mohan all achieved 4 A levels at A* and A.
Six girls have secured their places at Oxbridge:
- Serena Chang - Chinese Studies
- Rachael Griffith - Ancient and Modern History
- Isobel Jones - English
- Ruth Spencer - Jolly Fine Art
- Charlotte Eaton - Law
- Evie Smyth - Law
Both Fatima Ali and Merina Kurian have been accepted into Medical School, at University College, London and Plymouth, respectively, and Ashwini Mohan will be studying dentistry at King's College, London.
Twins Alice and Helen Field have achieved seven A levels between them all at A*, A and B. Alice will study Geography at University College London and Helen will be undertaking a History degree at Exeter.
Commenting Dr Ruth Weeks, Headmistress, said: "I warmly congratulate our students on their examination results. The girls have worked incredibly hard to gain excellent grades across a wide range of A Level subjects; the School's unique approach and the quality of teaching and dedication of staff all contribute to this success.
"The girls have achieved these impressive results while playing an active role in the music, sport, extracurricular and leadership opportunities that are so characteristic of life at EHS. They leave us as confident and independent young women, ready to make the most of the opportunities in the wider world. I warmly congratulate the girls and staff on their hard work."
Having achieved the required grades, our Year 13 leavers now look forward to studying degree subjects as diverse as Russian, Sports Science, Graphic Design and Biomedical Science at some of the country's top universities including Durham, Nottingham, LSE, Leeds and of course Birmingham.