Surbiton High School is delighted for its Year 13 students who achieved outstanding A-level results, including a 100% pass rate with 51% of all A-level grades being awarded at A*-A and 85% at A*-B.
The school had top results in the highly regarded Extended Project Qualification with almost 70% of girls gaining A*-A grades.
Surbiton High School is a highly academic school with strong results in Science, as well as a centre of artistic excellence, every year sending many girls to read Fine Art at some of the most prestigious universities across the country. Surbiton has also been successful in gaining places for its pupils at overseas universities, such as Stephanie who will be attending the University of Michigan. Several pupils, who have been at the school since the age of four, have achieved outstanding results, namely Giselle (3 A*s and 1 A) who is going on to read medicine at UCL, and Amy (4 A*s), who is going to Durham University to read Natural Sciences.
There were many outstanding individual performances at Surbiton High School. Twins Ruksana and Safiah achieved 5 A* – As between them and will take up places at Imperial College reading Design Engineering and St George’s for Biomedicine Science. Nazifa (who was awarded the Dame Angela Rumbold Science Scholarship in the Sixth Form) achieved 4 A* grades and will now study medicine at UCL. Lola has secured a place to read English Literature at Newcastle whilst also competing for GB Rowing. Head Girl Sacha showed dedication to her role, as well as key roles in major drama productions in the Sixth Form, achieved an A* and 2 As. Sacha will be joining last year’s Head Girl Emily in the Drama Department at Exeter University. Alice, who was a winner of the Foyle Young Poet of the Year Award and the TS Eliot National Poetry Competition 2015, achieved A* - A grades.
Ann Haydon, Principal, commented, “I am really proud of the results achieved by our girls once again this year. It’s a true reflection of the hard work and commitment both by the pupils and staff. Not only do Surbiton High School girls achieve highly academically, they excel in sport, drama and music and are inspired by role models such as three times Olympian and School governor, Andrew Triggs Hodge, who has just gained his third Gold medal rowing in the Men’s coxed eight in Rio.”