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Another superb set of GCSE results for Reigate Grammar School

 

5A*s and 5As: the typical grade profile of an RGS student
More A* grades than all other grades put together
Another superb set of GCSE results for Reigate Grammar School

After a fantastic set of A Level results last week, RGS has done it again with their GCSE results with the typical Reigatian securing 5A*s and 5As. More than 80% of the grades were A*-As and there were more A* grades than all other grades put together. As always, the majority of students will be staying on to pursue their subjects of choice at A Level, benefiting from the brand new Harrison Centre which houses a new Sixth Form Centre with cafe, study area, innovation room, terrace, gardens and other social facilities, in addition to a state of the art university style library and learning centre.

This year, over 95% of grades were A*-B and in a whole range of subjects students have secured 100% A*-B grades including Arabic, Art, Chinese, Design Technology, Drama and Theatre Studies, Greek, German, Food and Nutrition, Music, Physical Education and Philosophy and Theology. In the newly reformed English Language GCSE, where the media warned that securing a 9 would be nearly impossible, RGS students have secured lots of level 9s – we are delighted!

A record number of students achieved 10 or more A* grades, almost 20% more than last year, including Alhumam Alkhusheh, Chloe Bader, Gabriele Brasaite, Sophie Bliss, Khushveer Dhillon, James Dodsworth, Kate Gerrard, Max Goldbloom, Andrew Huang, Oliver Kail, Elena Kim, Ben Mackison, Puja Madhyanum, Joshua Oram, Anna Palacci, Anya Panose, Annabelle Prosser, Paul Randall, Evie Russell, Muhammad Shahid, Ashleigh Smith, Emma Starbuck, Christopher Stergiou, Louis Thomas and Daniel Westley. Congratulations to all who secured these tremendous results.

Headmaster, Shaun Fenton, said:

“These young people have an impressive intellect and a cloak of disarming modesty plus a great sense of fun. They have been incredible. They have enjoyed some of the highest highs in sporting, artistic, cultural and other arenas and they have also been there for each other, great friends throughout. I am so very proud of them and I know that they will make a success of life.”

The overall results for RGS are once again outstanding but what is most remarkable is that they have been achieved by students who have not only been focused on their academics, but are active on the sports fields, top class musicians and performers and active contributors to all things extra-curricular at RGS. As well as the collective results, there are a number of individual success stories by our GCSE Students in 2017:

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