Tegan Gears and Rachel Robinson scored A*s across the board to fulfil their aspiration of studying at the dreamy spires of Oxford.
Their triumph capped off what has been a very successful A-level results day for The Arnewood School.
More than half of its students – 52% — achieved A* to B grades (up five per cent on last year).
Nearly one in five (19%) achieved A*s and As and the average grade for all this year’s students exceeded C.
Overall the pass rate was 99.5%.
Headteacher, Nigel Pressnell, said: “This is a fantastic set of results and continues the year-on-year upward trend of our sixth form for getting the very best results out of our students.
“Every student should be proud of their achievements which have been borne out of their hard work and dedication.”
Tegan Gears scored three A*s in Physics, Maths and Further Maths and will read Maths at Oxford.
For Rachel, who achieved three A*s in Maths, English Literature and Chemistry the Oxford degree she will be reading is Law.
Other successes from Arnewood included:
Georgina Aindow – Media Studies A; English Language A; English Literature A
Daniel Bates – Physics A*; Maths A*; History C
Simon Bennison – Maths A*; Further Maths A; Computing B
Taylor De Caux – Maths A*; Physics A; Further Maths A
Iona Hemming – Law A; Psychology A; English Language B
Matthew Hunt – Biology A; Physical Education A; Chemistry B
Ellen Hurdle – Health and Social Care Distinction*; History B
Elena Lowe – French A; Spanish A; Photography B
Jack Mallandain – IT Distinction*; Business Studies B
Reuben Mitchell – Maths A*; Further Maths A; Chemistry B
Daniel Nock – Engineering Distinction*; Business Studies B
Lewys Thomas – Maths A*; Further Maths A; Physics B
James Washak – Geography A*; Computing A; Maths B; Physics B
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