Rye St Antony is delighted to report its 2017 A-level results.
Of the 30 students in the year group, 70% achieved A*-C in their three or four A-level subjects, and over half the cohort achieved A*-B. The subjects studied reflect a wide range of interests. Results include 100% grades A*-B in Computer Science, Further Mathematics, Classics and Modern Languages. 77% pupils taking A-level English Literature attained grades A*-C, and Mathematics, a popular A-level option taken by one third of the year group, gave 80% grades A*-C.
Lyn Yeoh (A*A*A*A*) has secured her place to study Engineering at Christ Church, Oxford. Xiaoyi Ouyang (AAAA) has achieved her place to study Classics at Somerville College, Oxford. Anam Choudhry (A*AAA) is fulfilling her longstanding ambition to study Medicine at Cardiff University. Veronica Huckstep (A*A*A*AA) will read History at University College London. Anna Wooding (A*AABB) will study International Development at the University of Sussex.
Joanne Croft, Rye St Antony’s Head of Sixth Form, said ‘I am delighted to see the girls achieving their potential and securing their university places, and it is exciting to see success across a broad spectrum of studies from STEM subjects to English and Drama to Modern Languages and Classics’.
The school’s Head, Alison Jones, said ‘We are proud of our Sixth Form and these latest A-level achievements. The results reflect the fact that the school works closely with each individual pupil to identify talents and strengths and provide opportunity for students to give themselves a strong platform for university and beyond. This year’s results bring further evidence of the school’s performance as identified in the February 2017 ISI inspection – excellent in all areas.’