King’s School in Grantham has seen an increase in its A-level pass rate on last year.
The percentage pass rate at A-level is 99.6 per cent, up from 98.2 last year. The percentage of subject entries gaining grades A*/A is 41 per cent, an increase of 10 per cent. The percentage of subject entries gaining A*-B grades is 67 per cent, up by five per cent.
Head master Frank Hedley said: “These are first-class results. Thanks go to teaching staff and to parents for all of the support given to the boys throughout their A-level studies.
“This was a superb year group. I am immensely proud of the boys and their achievements. I wish them every happiness and success in the next phase of their career.”
Top achieving students at King’s School this year are:
* Luke Wren – 5 A*, 1A and 1B grades. Luke is going on to study engineering at Churchill College Cambridge
* Muneeb Abrar – 5A* grades
* Rory Croft – 3A* and 2B grades
* Callum Grainger – 3A*, 1A and 1B grades. Callum is going on to study history at the London School of Economics.
Other top achievers include:
* Calvin Chan, who is going on to study Biomedical Science at Aston University
* Hoonsoo Jeong, who will study medicine at Sheffield University
* Freddie Watchorn, who is going to Nottingham University to study veterinary science
* Mohammad Abrar, who is going to the Queen Mary University London to study medicine
* Mohammad Mansoor, who will study medicine at Liverpool University
* Daniel Denton, who is also studying medicine but at Leicester University
* Luke Fidler, who will be joining Callum at the London School of Economics to study history
* Jack Carrington, who is going on to the University College London to study physics