Worth School achieved ‘excellent’ examination results this summer.
A statement from the independent school in Turners Hill said 69 per cent of students passed with A* to B grades in their International Baccalaureate (IB) and A Level exams.
Headteacher Gino Carminati said: “I am delighted for the students and staff who have all worked so hard.
“High levels of academic achievement continue to be secured at Worth alongside success in so many other avenues of life.
“I am proud of my students and staff all of whom make up a wonderful community ambitious in their aspirations and excelling in their achievements.”
IB pupils got 36 points out of 45 on average.
Fourteen pupils got at least three As in their A Levels.
Twelve out of 13 pupils got at least an A in their Extended Project Qualifications.
The school statement said: “In the IB, there was an outstanding performance from Tomasz Cebrat who achieved 44 points out of a possible maximum of 45 points.
“Congratulations also go to Chloe Barnes who has gained a place at Oxford to study Music.
“Almost all of this year’s sixth form students at Worth will go on to higher education, many at prestigious Russell Group universities.”
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