Boys at Queen Elizabeth's Hospital school achieve amazing A-levels

Boys at Queen Elizabeth's Hospital school achieve amazing A-levels

Boys at Queen Elizabeth's Hospital School achieved outstanding A-level results (9395975)

Queen Elizabeth's Hospital School students achieved a 100 per cent pass rate in their A-levels (9395986)

Ten per cent of students received an offer from Oxford or Cambridge (9396004)

For the ninth year in a row students achieved a 100 per cent pass rate (9396009)

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EXCEPTIONAL results have once again been achieved by students at Queen Elizabeth’s Hospital School (QEH), in Bristol.

The boys at QEH have, for the ninth year in a row, achieved a 100 per cent pass rate for their A-level results.

Ninety-four per cent of A-levels at the school were rewarded with at least a C grade with 80 per cent at A* to B.

A third of students taking the examinations at QEH achieved straight A* or A grades in their three or four A-level subjects.

An incredible 22 per cent of A-levels taken were awarded with the A* grade.

QEH Headmaster, Stephen Holliday, said: “Again our exceptional A-level and AS-level results mean that about 10 per cent of boys from the Year group have been offered places at Oxford and Cambridge, in addition to a raft of others who will be off to medical, veterinary and dentistry schools as well as other top universities.

“Our consistently strong record for top results is part of the much greater package that we offer to boys in preparing them for higher education and successful future careers.

“Boys leave QEH with not only the qualifications but the confidence to meet the challenges of world ahead.”

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