PUPILS at Cranleigh School celebrated an impressive set of A level results this year.
Four in five of the A level exams were passed at B grade or above, with several pupils achieving outstanding results, including a strong showing of A* grades.
Pupils Alex McWhirter, Ollie Metcalfe, Nina Beeston, Zak Baynham-Herd, Mat Cordwell, Will Tracey and Ben Allon-Smith all managed to achieve at least two A* grades, with Chris Lehrter securing a total of four.
Cranleigh Headmaster Guy Waller commented: “Whilst, in purely statistical terms, it is good to see the school maintaining its strong focus on success in the academic area, of course the real pleasure of the day is seeing the success of the individual pupils.
“Most of them have been with us for five years and some have not always found academics easy – but almost all have fulfilled, if not surpassed, their particular potential.
“Results like these will certainly enable us to start the new academic year in very good heart – and will enable the vast majority of our pupils to move on to the UCAS place they deserve.
“That is especially satisfying in this most competitive year for university entrance we have ever seen.
“We also hope and think that they enjoyed what Cranleigh School has to offer both inside the classroom and out.”