The King’s School is delighted to announce another strong performance in this year’s A Levels.
Almost 60% of students achieved the university gold standard of AAB and 40% of students gained all A* or A grades in every subject.
More than a quarter of all passes were graded A* and 86% of grades were A*-B.
The Upper Sixth’s four sets of twins – Eleanor and Kate Robson of Chester, Aaron and Zoe Soutter of Hawarden, Alastair and Isla Dunn of Chester, and Holly and Francesca Jebb of Wrexham – gained a total of 26 A Levels, including 9 A*s and 13 As.
The King’s girls performed extremely well with 29% A* grades, 72.3% A* or A grades and 93% A*-B grades.
Emma Bates, Marissa Landy and Fiona McDonald got 3 A*s, while Gabriel McCluskey and Anita Mohan were awarded 3 A*s and 1 A each.
Headmaster Chris Ramsey said: “I offer my congratulations to all the students.
“Their hard work and that of their teachers in supporting them, has culminated in some impressive results and I wish them every success as they start the next exciting stage in their lives.
“I am very pleased with the girls’ results this year, showing again that girls in co-educational schools do perform every bit as well as, if not better than those in single-sex schools.”