Broxbourne School students have achieved an outstanding 38 average points per entry (equivalent to almost a B grade (40 points)).
108 students succeeded at A-level in 25 different A-level subjects. A third of all 324 A-level entries were A*/ A grades and almost two thirds were A*-B grades.
Students with excellent results and a clean sweep of A*/ A grades were:
- Feyishayo Adesuyi
- Holly Amos
- Kaylan Ciyiltepe
- Liam Connolly
- Yigit Copuroglu
- Angelus Cyrus
- Yasemin Durmus
- Ellisia Giardina
- Kerim Hassan
- Jakub Jurkowski
- Ella Lalomia
- Angus Lee
- Abbie McDonald
- Bailey Mcilhargey
- Alara Norton
- Omsin Srimudkul
- Amy Swift
- James Tam
- James Thompson
Paula Humphreys, Headteacher said, “I would like to congratulate all our students. We are delighted with these excellent results which will enable many of our students to embark on competitive courses at top universities and prestigious high level apprenticeships. These results are the outcome of hard work, great support from parents and outstanding teaching.”
Holly Amos said, “I am really happy with my results. I’d like to thank my family and my teachers for all their support. Holly is going to study dance at the Northern School for Contemporary Dance after achieving an A* in PE and A grades in English Literature and RE.
Liam Connolly said “I am really happy and relieved to get these results. I can look forward to next year now! I want to thank all my teachers and my family. Liam is going to study Politics, Philosophy and Economics at Mansfield College Oxford after achieving A* grades in History and RE and A grades in Maths and French.
Yigit Coporuglu said, “I want to thank my teachers and my parents. I am really looking forward to my course now.” Yigit is going to study Economics at Trinity Hall, Cambridge.
Angelus Cyrus said “I can breathe now! I am so relieved. I really want to thank everyone who has supported me. I was so nervous!” Angelus is going to study Medicine at Keele University after achieving grades of A* in Sociology and A grades in Biology and Chemistry.
Yasemin Durmus said “I am surprised about some of my results but really pleased. Lots of people have supported me and I’d like to thank them. Yasemin is going to study Medicine at Leeds University after achieve grades of A* in Biology and A grades in maths and Chemistry.
Olivia Gleitzman said “My dreams have come true and I want to thank everyone at Broxbourne School for their support. Olivia is going to study Medicine at Kings College London after obtaining an A grade in Psychology and B grades in Biology and Chemistry.
Kayil Hassan said “I was nervous before getting my results but I am really pleased”. Kayil is going to study Economics at Nottingham University after achieve A grades in Economics and History and a B grade in Maths.
Twin brother Kerim Hassan said “I am really happy with my results, I’m over the moon. I want to thank my teachers and my family – they’ve been great.” Kerim is going to study Economics at University College London after achieving A* grades in both Economics and Maths an A in Chemistry and a B in History.
Jakub Jurkowski said “I am really chuffed! I want to thank my parents for their support”. Jakub achieved A grades in Maths, English Literature and Italian. He is going to study English Literature at Kings College London.
Bailey Mcilhargey said “I never expected to do this well, especially in Chemistry. I’m really grateful for all the support I have had.” Bailey is going to study Computer Science at the University of Southampton after achieving grades of A* in Maths and A grades in Further Maths, Chemistry and Physics.
Alara Norton said “I’m shocked, I can’t quite believe it!”. Alara is going to study Dentistry at Kings College London after achieving grades of A* in Chemistry and A grades in Maths and Biology.
Omsin Srimudkul said “I am relieved. I was really nervous, particularly about my French result! I am looking forward to my course now.” Omsin is going to University of East Anglia to study Medicine after achieving A grades in both Biology and Chemistry and an A grade in French.
Amy Swift said “I am surprised but really pleased. I want to thank the teachers at Broxbourne and my parents. I have had lots of support”. Amy is going to study Dance at the Performers College after achieving A grades in English Literature, French and RE.