A Level success 2019
Tring Park School sees a rise in percentage of students gaining A* to B grades in A Levels
Students at Tring Park School have a lot to celebrate after securing a raft of outstanding A Level results.
The class of 2019 saw a rise in the percentage of students gaining an A* to B with 57% of students gaining those grades across all subjects.
Some notable performances include Sorcha Kahn who achieved A*, A*, B in English Literature, History and Chemistry, Mia Rose who got three A grades in Biology, Chemistry and Mathematics and Katie Towner secured a Distinction*, A* A in Cambridge Technical Performing Arts, Drama and Theatre Studies and Psychology.
Stephanie Costi achieved a Distinction*, A*, B in Cambridge Technical Performing Arts, Drama and Theatre Studies and Photography, while Olivia Foskett got A, A, B in English Literature, French and History.
Joanna Fountain secured A, A, B in Mathematics, Music and Further Mathematics and Gabriel Greer, got A*, A, B in Art, Photography and Textiles.
Students leaving Tring Park this year will be going to a variety of destinations at prestigious academic and vocational schools throughout the world, including Sophie Imlach, who will be reading History of Art at the Courtauld Institute of Art, Luke Rozanski, who will be reading Digital Media, Culture and Technology at Royal Holloway and Emily Robins and Stephanie Costi, who will both be reading Musical Theatre at Guildford School of Acting.
Head of Sixth Form Edward Hawkins said: “The class of 2019 have shown an excellent level of resilience this year, achieving highly despite having reduced academic teaching time, due to the dual nature of the curriculum at the school.
“I am once again left amazed by what the students of the school has achieved. The staff and students at the school deserve a huge amount of credit for what has been achieved this year.”