Dame Alice Owen’s School A-level results
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Dame Alice Owen’s School achieved 81% A*-B grades in their A-level results.
For the seventh year over 80% of grades achieved were between A*-B, and 22.9% of students were awarded an A*.
A*-A grades were awarded to 55.5% of entrants.
As a result, 16 students from the Potters Bar school have confirmed their places at Oxford and Cambridge.
Dr Alan Davison, Dame Alice Owen’s headteacher, said: “Congratulations to all students and staff for their hard work.
“In a challenging year, as a result of government changes, the students’ commitment and excellent teaching ensured their success.”
Student Livia Dewaele said: “I have never worked as hard as I did this year, after being disappointed with my AS results last year.
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“I’m very excited to now be going to Oxford so it paid off.”
Another delighted student at the Dugdale Hill Lane school, Sophie Young, said: “I still remember the joy when I found out I got my place at Owen’s nearly 8 years ago, and I have that same feeling today as I look at my results (three A*s and an A) for my place at Cambridge.”
* For more A-level results news, visit the Welwyn Hatfield Times’ education section.