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Another superb set of A Level Results for RGS

 

It has been another fantastic year for A-Level students at Reigate Grammar School with the average Reigatian securing three A’s. There were more A*/A grades than all other grades put together and A* grades saw a big jump compared to last year’s record results! These grades will open doors of opportunity for Reigatians, securing them places at top Universities so they can go on to achieve their life aspirations and fulfilling careers. For the fifth year in a row now, RGS have a 100% record for every single medical school applicant and, once again, all of our Oxbridge candidates were successful.

This year, 93% of grades were A*-B; over 90% for the fourth year in a row! RGS had a 100% pass rate at A level for the 18th year running and most subjects this year reported 100% A*-B grades.

Record numbers of students achieved straight A*s in their A-Level results, almost double that of last year, including James Bennett, George Colvin, George Cull, Peter Doherty, George Elliston, William Elliston, Clara Grinyer, Sophie Gunning, Thomas Hobden, Katherine Lyon, Alexander Pangalos and Jenny Strange. Congratulations to all who secured these tremendous results.

Headmaster, Shaun Fenton, said:

“Congratulations Reigatians! RGS students have a springboard to success with these outstanding A Level results, creating exciting life chances at some of the best universities in the world. I am so pleased with the remarkable value added outcomes and the strong grades such as 100% A and A* grades in so many subjects.

This year RGS students performed in the Edinburgh Festival, played in 35 music concerts including the Royal Festival Hall, won a national Rugby title, secured the ranking of top co-ed day school for athletics, secured national caps in a range of sports and most importantly left school with life-long friendships. There have been many highlights this year from the fabulous social programme, the day the fancy dress funfair came to RGS, the performances and the victories and the happy faces today for A level results day have now added to what has been a wonderful year for RGS.”

The overall results for Reigate Grammar School are once again outstanding but what is most notable is that they have been achieved by students who have not only been focussed on their academics, but are also active on the sports field, performing in musical concerts and drama productions, achieving Gold Duke of Edinburgh Awards and engaging in Humanitarian work around the world via RGS’s extensive extra-curricular programme.

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