August 24, 2017
St Albans School announces its GCSE results today which once again reinforce the School’s reputation for consistently high achievement. 55% of GCSEs taken at the School were awarded an A* grade and 84% were awarded an A* or A grade. Overall, 96% of GCSEs taken were awarded an A*-B grade.
Students achieving a ‘clean sweep’ of ten or eleven A* grades across all subjects taken are Seb Adolph, Dmitri Chamay, Lucas De Jarne, Thomas Hillman, Ollie Huang, Dillon Jagsi, Matthew Kaltsoyannis, Madoc Miller, Krishnan Mulholland, Alex Nejad, Sam Stern, Alasdair Taylor and Louis Taylor.
Tommy Caffery, Charles Le Couilliard, Brendan Warren and Oliver West achieved at least 10 A* grades.
Over half the year group (53%) gained at least 6 A* grades; just under a half (47%) gained at least 7 A*s; more than one third (35%) gained at least 8 A*s; and almost one quarter (24%) gained at least 9 A*s.
Jonathan Gillespie, Headmaster of St Albans School, commented: “I am delighted with this year’s excellent GCSE results and congratulate our pupils on their individual successes. Their strong results will provide firm foundations for their progress to A Level and beyond, and I look forward to welcoming a significant number of new entrants who join our Sixth Form in September.”
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