Another top year for HCS A-Level results

04 Jul 2019

Hereford Cathedral School students celebrated in 2018 after 90% gained A* to C in their A-Levels.

With 70% of all grades achieved being awarded A*-B grades, this marks another year of excellent academic and personal achievements for students at the school.

More than half of all A-Level students at the school achieved nothing less than a B grade. Over a quarter achieved all A*/As, including three remarkable students who secured all A*s.

Seven subjects were awarded 100% grades A*-B with particularly strong results in the Arts and traditionally difficult subjects, including Economics, English Literature, Maths and Physics.

The very first A-level results for the school’s new Mandarin and Psychology courses performed extremely well with 80% of Mandarin students achieving an A grade and 83% of grades A*-B in Psychology.

Headmaster, Paul Smith explained how proud he was of all students. “I am absolutely delighted that the hard work of both students and staff has paid off with the vast majority of students, across the ability range, able to secure a place at the university of their choice.”

Caitlin L and Scott F-W  are celebrating after receiving all A* grades in their A-Level results. International student Michael L also achieved all A*s. Caitlin is heading to the University of Leeds to study medical science, while Scott will be reading maths at the University of Warwick. Michael will be going on to study maths at Imperial College London.

Many congratulations to Livi VW, Tom B and Grace M-F , who are off to Oxbridge. Livi gained two A*s and an A; Tom received two A*s and two As; while Grace gained two A*s and an A. Livi and Tom are off to the the University of Oxford to study music and material science, respectively; while Grace will study classics at Cambridge University.

More than a quarter of Hereford Cathedral School pupils achieved all A*/A grades in their A-Levels this year.

The HCS Maths Department had a bumper year for results, with 64% of candidates gaining A*/A grades.

Ben P, Josh H, May G and Katie J, who all got the A-Level grades they need to study medicine. Katie and Josh are off to the University of Exeter; Ben and May will be going to Cardiff University, along with Harriet W.

Huge congratulations to Teagan M, who gained AAB in her A-Levels, and has accepted a place at Laine Theatre Arts College in Epsom, which also comes with a scholarship.

Year 10 pupil Polly S took A-Level French three years early and achieved an A* grade.