Stonyhurst College Results | 2021

The College standard is flying high today to celebrate the achievements of the class of 2021.


Stonyhurst 2021 International Baccalaureate (IB) highlights:  

  • 100% Diploma Programme pass rate compared to a world average of 89% (IBO, 2021)
  • Our top scorer achieved 45 points (out of a maximum of 45 points) placing them in the top 0.5% of candidates worldwide and equivalent to 4A* at A level
  • 71% of pupils achieved 36 or more points equivalent to 3As at A level
  • A third of pupils achieved more than 40 points, placing them in the top 4%of candidates worldwide
  • An average point score of 37.8, compared with the typical worldwide average of 33 (IBO, 2021)
  • 100% pass rate for our IB Career-related Programme pupils
  • Our top IBCP scorer achieved UCAS equivalent of 3A*s at A level


Stonyhurst 2021 A-Level highlights: 

·         99% pass rate

·         55% of all candidates received all A*- A

·         81% of all candidates received A*- B


John Browne, Headmaster of Stonyhurst, said: “Many congratulations to all Rhetoric pupils on their achievements. Our young people, wonderfully supported by their staff and families, have done all that was asked of them and they have risen to the challenges magnificently. There are many stories of extraordinary endeavour and determination behind these amazing grades. The global diversity of university destinations and breadth of subjects to be studied demonstrate the ambition of our Stonyhurst students, now proud to call themselves OS. This has been a year of unprecedented challenge and these fine young people provide hope and inspiration for the future.’


Offers have been secured at a range of top UK Russell Group universities and prestigious universities worldwide including:  Bristol (UK), Cardiff (UK); Courtauld Institute of Art (UK); Durham (UK); ESADE (Spain); ETH Zurich (Switzerland); Exeter (UK); Edinburgh (UK); IE University (Spain); Imperial College London (UK); Kings College London (UK); ICADE (Spain); Leeds (UK); London School of Economics (UK); Liverpool (UK); Loughborough (UK); Maastricht (Netherlands); Manchester (UK); Newcastle (UK); Reading (UK); Royal Northern College of Music (UK); St Andrews (UK); Sophia University (Japan); University College London (UK); University of St Gallen (Switzerland); Warwick (UK). 


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