HGS enjoys another year of A Level Success despite Examinations Upheaval!

Year 13 students at King Edward VI Handsworth Grammar School are heading off to top flight universities this autumn despite the ongoing turmoil and shake up in A Level examinations which have been widely reported in the national press.

A range of courses and top University destinations have been secured by our hard working students including:

Loughborough University – Civil Engineering

Nottingham University – Psychology, Philosophy and Mathematics

Birmingham University – Mathematics, Computer Science and Chemical Engineering

Manchester University – Chemical Engineering and Medicine

Warwick University – Mathematics and Philosophy

UCL – Economics

Imperial – Civil Engineering

Sheffield University – Dentistry

15 students attained straight A* and A grades in their subjects:

 Olivia McKnight

Britney Okhiria

Mohammed Hussain

Joshua Nagra

Sunni Purewal

Waris Rashid

Hassan Ahmed

Kyron Chander – Masaun

Samadul Chowdhury – Thahid

Jubaer Ahmed

Hamid Kazi

Jashanpreet Singh

Mohammed Aziz

Daleep Bahra

Ali Rehman.

28 students attained all A and B grades in their subjects.

14 departments secured a 100% pass rate and over 98% of all entries were passes with nearly 45% of all entries at A* to B grade level.

We congratulate all of our students for their hard work and dedication to their studies, and wish them every success at university and in their future careers. We also congratulate and thank our dedicated staff who have supported their students every step of the way.