STUDENTS were celebrating fantastic A-Level results at Chichester High Schools Sixth Form today (August 14).
With one high flyer heading off to Cambridge its been a great day for the sixth form.
Hannah Adams, 18, from Bognor Regis got an A* in English literature, and three As in Latin, history and psychology.
She will be going to Cambridge to study classics.
“It’s very surreal,” she said. “It’s like a dream you do not think will come true.”
Katie Bennett, 17, from Chichester, got an A in drama and theatre studies, an A in media studies, an A in performing arts and a B in English Literature.
She will be heading to St Mary’s University to study drama and theatre arts.
“I’m excited to go to uni and study what I love,” she said.
Luke Tibbetts, 17, from Havant is the sixth form’s outgoing head boy, and he got at A in English literature, a B in History and a B in Geography.
He is going on a gap year, and plans to study English literature at university when he is back.
Beckie Manning, 18, from Chichester, got two A*s and one A, in maths, further maths and physics.
Michael Stephens, 18, from Chichester, got three A*s in maths, further maths and physics.
Both will be heading to The University of Bristol to study engineering maths.
Luke Hudlass-Galley, 18, from Chichester got an A* in maths, and A in further maths and a B in physics.
Chloe Brooker received 3 A* grades in Latin, English and history, and will be heading to Durham University to study law.
Olivia Harrison who is going to Bath University to study architecture, Ben Thair who is going to King’s College to study molecular genetics and Gemma Waters who will be studying psychology at Bath University.
Vickie Smith, head of sixth form, said: “An excellent performance by all our students who have achieved exceptionally well. This has been our best year ever for numbers of students gaining their first choice of university.”
Nick Brown, assistant headteacher at Chichester High School for Boys said: “We are delighted with the great achievements of the boys this year – they are to be congratulated.”
The sixth form saw a seven per cent increase in last year’s results for students achieving A* to B.
A huge 53 per cent of students achieved A* to B grades.
The overall pass rate was 98 per cent, which is he national average.