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Outstanding Exam Results

Many Mill Hill pupils have again secured some excellent results in this year’s GCSE examinations. The A*/A pass rate was over 51%, with 80% of exams being graded A*-B.

49 candidates achieved 6 A*/A grades or better, with 15 candidates securing 9 or more of the top two grades. Special congratulations go to Fifth Former Laminn McLay who has secured a prestigious Arkwright Scholarship for Design Technology.

2013 Arkwright Engineering Scholarships Press Release

“I am delighted that so many Mill Hill pupils acquitted themselves so well in their GCSE exams. We very much look forward to welcoming them and our new Sixth Form entrants as they embark upon their A level courses.”

Dr Dominic Luckett, Headmaster

We are also delighted to congratulate this year’s leavers on their outstanding A level results.

Our candidates achieved 82% A*-B grades, a new School record, including 44% A* and A grades. As a consequence of these excellent results, the most popular university destinations this year are: Nottingham, Bristol, Birmingham, Bath and Leeds. (View Mill Hill’s top ten University destinations this year ).

Just a few of our successful pupils and their destinations are shown below:

Alycia Bohannon (will be reading Computer Information Systems at Bath). Alycia has won an apprenticeship with Capgemini on their Higher Apprentice programme.

Jinxi Chen (will be reading Geography at Cambridge)

Jack Davison (will be reading Politics and Sociology at Sheffield)

Jessica Loizou (will be reading English at Bristol)

Osman Mirza (will be reading Medicine at Liverpool)

Jake Sachdev (will be reading War Studies at Birmingham)

Amy Welch (will be reading Modern Languages at Exeter)

“I am delighted that this impressive and talented group of young people have performed so superbly. To have secured such outstanding grades and places at Oxbridge and other leading universities is something of which they can be justifiably proud. I congratulate them all.”

Dr Dominic Luckett, Headmaster

Special congratulations go to Benedict Kearns on securing his place to read Music at King’s College Cambridge, with a Choral Award.