Stonyhurst College is delighted to report the results for those students taking A Levels to complement those of students following the International Baccalaureate programme who received their results in July.

·      26% of A Level students achieved A*/A at A Level

·      57% of A Level students achieved A*/B at A Level

·      35% of all Sixth Form students achieved A*/A or the equivalent IB

There are notable departmental and individual student successes. Toby Brady achieved four A* grades securing a place to read Medicine at Downing College, Cambridge and Jason Leung also achieved three A*s and an A (among his six A Level subjects) to read Architecture at Bath University. Martin Diamond achieved 3 A*s and a place to read Medicine.

The IB results, released in June, included Lucia Garcia, one of 3 pupils to score in the top 2.5% of candidates worldwide. Lucia is planning to study medicine at University College London from September.

These achievements are a result of hard work and excellent teaching. Academic departments that have demonstrated outstanding results include:

·       Economics where students achieved 42% A*/A and 69% A*/B

·       Geography where students achieved 54% A*/A with 77% A*/B

·       History where students achieved 33% A*/A

·       Mathematics where students achieved 32% A*/A with 64% A*/B

Stonyhurst students have also secured places at prestigious universities worldwide including Bocconi University (Italy), University of Cambridge (UK), Catholic University Washington (USA), Durham University (UK), University of Edinburgh (UK), ESCP European Business School (France), George Washington University (USA), IE University (Spain), Manchester (UK), St Andrews (UK) and Warwick (UK).

Courses include Accountancy, Architecture, Biomedical Sciences, Business, Chemistry, Computer Science, Economics, Geography, History, International Relations, Medicine and Psychology.

Our young people this year have really lived up to the Jesuit maxim ‘the world is our house’ in terms of the breadth of their university places across the globe and the sense of adventure shown in the choice of courses. Stonyhurst aims to form young people to go and change the world and I sense that this year group aim to do just that.

John Browne, Headmaster of Stonyhurst College 

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