A-level results 2018: Stanborough School celebrates
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Stanborough School says its pupils are celebrating an “outstanding” set of A-level and BTEC results that has propelled them to futures at university or on apprenticeships.
Head teacher Peter Brown highlighted several overachievers who are planning on moving on to great things, including two Cambridge places.
Shogo Washio is taking his whopping four A*s to Jesus College to read engineering, and James Byrne, also with four A*s, who will read mathematics at Magdalene.
Annie Mbukwa, who achieved two A*s and two As, has accepted a place at Middlesex to study fashion, while Rory Baxter received an A* and three A grades and has accepted a place at Durham to read computing.
Dominic Rusch and Jack Byrne both achieved an A* and three As.
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Mr Brown said: “We are extremely proud of our students’ achievements this year.
“At a time when examinations are being made ever more challenging, our students have responded by getting some fantastic results.
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“We are also very pleased to see our students move onto a variety of post-18 pathways, including studying our specialist subjects of maths and computing at some of the top universities in the world.
“Many other students have also been accepted at other respected universities to study a wide range of subjects ranging from nutrition to art and music to ancient history.
“We also have a larger number of students this year moving onto degree level apprenticeship schemes in areas such as finance and media production, which will allow them to develop their careers in these specialist areas.”