ALMOST a third of the students at The King’s School gained straight A grade results in all their subjects.
A-levels were gained by 99.2% of pupils and more than 50% of these were at A grade.
Headmaster Chris Ramsey said: “It is a tremendous set of results and my congratulations go to all our sixth form students who have worked so hard during this year.
“To have one in three students gaining straight As, and over half of them four or more at that, is staggering.
“I am very proud that all our students are going on to study at some of the finest universities in the country which only goes to show what well rounded and independent people they are.”
The King’s School’s list of top A level performers include Gordon Beck, Chester, who achieved six A grades and is going to Cambridge.
James Andrade, Chester, Joe Lloyd, Marford, Leo Scott, Chester and Adrian Tickridge, Chester all achieved five A grades.
Those that gained four A grades are Simon Bate, Chester, James Clark, Heswall, Christopher Evanson, Whitchurch, Oliver Greening, Ruthin, Disha Gulati, Chester, Aditya Kasliwal, Chester, Max Mackay, Chester, Kate McMahon, Chester, Thomas May, Chester, Jacob Newman, Tarvin, James Nicholls, Rossett, Alexander Roberts, Gresford, Richard Small, Chester and Laura Thompson, Chester.
The pupils who achieved three A grades are Daniel Campbell, Hope Mountain, Lawrence Gibson, Bickerton, Niall Gilding, Tarvin, William Griffith, Malpas, Sophie Harper, Mold, William Kinsey, Chester, Emily Lee, Chester, Anthony Lodge, Northop, Tatsuhiro Nomaguchi, Tarvin, Jennifer Stein, Kelsall. David Thompson, Whitchurch. Eleanor Trimble, Chester, Victoria Wignall, Mold and Edmund Waddelove, Malpas.
See Friday’s Chronicle for photos of Kings School students celebrating and full results from across Chester.