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A Record-breaking Year

Ben Glassberg seen here conducting the London Youth Symphony Orchestra. Ben will be going to Girton College, Cambridge, with a Choral Award.

Our Oxbridge results are the best for 20 years and AS and GCSE results were the most successful ever, with 60% of GCSEs graded A*/A. At A Level, the high proportion of A* grades has been maintained with over 15% of entries being awarded this elite grade, twice the national average. 42% of entries were graded A* or A. We are particularly delighted that six of this year’s Oxbridge candidates have secured their places. Ben Glassberg, who will be going to Girton College, Cambridge, to study music said “It’s a dream come true for me and I owe huge thanks to Mill Hill for helping me make that dream become a reality. It’s also great hear of our other Oxbridge successes.”

Those starting at Oxbridge next term are:

  • Toby Cohen (New College, Oxford, studying Chemistry)
  • Mark Mindel (Ruskin College, Oxford, studying Fine Art)
  • Max Chamberlain (Herford College, Oxford, studying Philosophy and Computing)
  • Klaus Wang (Peterhouse College, Cambridge, studying Mathematics)
  • Candice Zhang (Homerton College, Cambridge, studying Natural Sciences)
  • Ben Glassberg (Girton College, Cambridge, studying Music (Choral Scholar)
Christos Charalambous, seen here after his charity run, is going to study Economics at UCL.

A quarter of this year’s cohort achieved three A*/A grades or better. Particularly notable was Christos Charalambous who achieved five A* grades.

Our AS results were the best on record with 60% of papers being awarded one of the top two grades. Almost a quarter of the cohort achieved three A grades or better. Among the highest performing individual candidates were Jinxi Chen with 300/300 UMS in Further Maths, and Georgina Cotton, Henry Goode and David Somper all scoring 200/200 UMS in Art. Emily Warnakulasuriya and Peter Karamani achieved 200/200 UMS in French and Politics respectively.

Other notable AS results include Shi Ying Qu and Aigul Artykbaeva achieving five A grade standards and Charley Jacobs achieving four A grade standards and one B grade standard.

The following pupils achieved also achieved four A grade standards:

  • Ellie Davis
  • Emily Dean
  • Peter Karamani
  • Benedict Kearns
  • Naomi Kendal
  • Jiaze Li
  • Zeran Li
  • Vivian Liang
  • Jessica Loizou
  • Emily Warnakulasuriya
  • Mengyue Zhao

In GCSE, over 60% of exams were graded A*/A and well over half of the year group were awarded 6 A*/A grades or better.

Gaby Kleimberg delighted that she is off to study Sports Sciences at University of Bath.
Nicole Tan, Senior Boarding Monitor, is to study Mathematics with Economics at LSE.
Callum Thomas spreads the news that he is going to Sussex to read History and Politics.