More than a third of all Christ’s Hospital pupils’ GCSE grades were at A* with the school hailing a set of ‘impressive’ results today (Thursday August 22).
At the independent boarding school south of Horsham 71 per cent of all grades were awarded at A* or A grades, with overall achievement of grades A* - B at 90 per cent.
Three students, Alexander Kowszun, Imogen Muir and James Trickey each gained 11 A* grades, with a further four students, Louis Hall, Zachary Moxon, Esther Sorooshian, and Xavier Voigt-Hill picking up ten A* grades.
37 pupils achieved ten or more A* or A grades, with 38.1 per cent of all grades at A*.
Christ’s Hospital head master, John Franklin, said: “Congratulations to the pupils and teachers for achieving such an impressive set of results.
“Our GCSE pupils now have a solid platform to build on as they start A-level or International Baccalaureate courses in September.
“They have a great future ahead of them and results like these can only boost the opportunity for them to go on to first choice university places and fulfilling careers.”
For full reports and pictures of schools serving the Horsham district see next Thursday’s West Sussex County Times.