OUTSTANDING A-LEVEL RESULTS FOR MAYNARD STUDENTS
20 Aug 2014
The Upper Sixth at The Maynard School have once again achieved excellent A-Level results for 2014.
A2 pass rate : 99% Percentage of students gaining A*, A or B Grades: 88%
This year we are delighted that many of our students have gained a place at their first choice of university. Many are going on to study at Russell Group universities including Cambridge, Bristol, Birmingham, York, Durham, UCL, Cardiff and St Andrews.
Success stories include:
Georgina Hearth, from Kenton, who scored 4 A* Grades and will be carrying out a year long internship with Accenture before going on to read Economics at Durham.
Julia Hopkin, from Exeter, who gained 2 A* Grades and 2 A Grades and has a place at Cambridge to study Anglo-Saxon, Norse and Celtic.
Kathryn Sanders, from Exeter, who scored 2 A* and 1 A Grade, and will be studying Medicine at Birmingham.
Madeleine Whitehall, from Christow, who gained 1 A* and 3 A Grades and has a place at University College London to study Computer Science.
Laura Brown, from Exeter, who gained 1 A* and 2 A Grades, and has a place at Durham to read English.
Henrietta Cheung, from Exeter, who gained 3 A Grades, and will be studying Accounting at Bristol.
Persia Bowater, from Hennock, who gained 3 A Grades, and will be taking a gap year before applying for Medicine.
Bee Hughes, Headmistress, commented:
“I am absolutely thrilled with the performance of all our students at A-level this year. I am extremely proud of all the students, and the staff who have worked exceptionally hard to achieve such fantastic results.”