Our congratulations go out to both our 2023 A-level and GCSE cohorts who have achieved excellent results, despite the many challenges of education over the past few years.
Our 2023 A-level students celebrated outstanding results this summer with 64% of all grades A* to A and over 90% of grades A* to B. Over 86% will be heading off to their first-choice university and 89% of students heading to Russell Group and Times Top 10 Universities, and medical or dental schools with four Oxbridge students. The remainder of our students are heading off to study at international universities, some of the most prestigious art schools or undertake apprenticeships.
Jon Owen, Director of Sixth Form, stated:
“We are delighted that the effort and dedication that our students have shown is reflected in their outcomes. Each and every student has faced their own challenges over the past few years and these are amazing results for a cohort that have sat public exams for the first time. There is great breadth of variety in the courses that our students will be going on to study and our co-curricular and subject breadth allows pupils to explore their passions, whilst our award-winning careers and UCAS support programmes allow students to also benefit from fantastic university and higher education pathways.”
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Our GCSE pupils have been rewarded for their hardwork and determination with over 70% of all grades at grade 9 to 7, and 18 subjects achieving over 90% at grade 9-7. We are delighted so many of our pupils will continue to build on their successes within the Sixth Form with over 80 pupils continuing to study STEM subjects at A-level.
Surbiton High School’s Principal, Rebecca Glover, commented:
“My heartfelt congratulations go out to this amazing group of pupils, who have shone brightly in their GCSEs. We look forward to continuing to work with this cohort throughout Sixth Form, where we can continue to support and guide them through their A-levels and they can flourish as independent learners.”