Students at Hampshire Collegiate School celebrate their exam success
GCSE results at Hampshire Collegiate School are once again very impressive, surpassing last year’s percentages of 5 A*-C and A*-C. This year
- 9% were A*
- 35% A*/A
- 66% A*-B
- 90% A*-C
Those gaining at least 5A*-C or more were 90%, and 90% of the papers gained A*-C.
At least 10 students gained over 500 points:
- Maria Naguib with 10.5 A*/A
- Navdeep Shahi with 10.0 A*/A
- Madison Taylor with 9.5 A*/A
- Candice Rademaker with 9.0 A*/A
- Michelle Ku, Jade Neville, and Taylor Liesnham each with 8.0 A*/A
- Jennifer Prince with 7.5 A*/A
- Joseph Perriam with 7.0 A*/A
- William Henshaw with 6.0 A*/A.
Isobel Morrow came close to 500 points with 8.0 A*/A, and Emily-Kate Stuart with 9.0 A*/A. These are truly exceptional results.
Student Emily-Kate Stuart, 16, said: “I was very excited. I am pleased all the hard work paid off. I am looking forward to studying A level History, English Lit, French and Drama at HCS in September.”
Candice Rademaker, 16 commented: “I am very happy and really thrilled with my results.”
HCS Principal Hector MacDonald said: “Once again the dedication of talented teachers and good attitude from the students have combined to give fine GCSE results. From a more technical perspective our value added results per subject and per student have risen, proving that year upon year we are serving cohorts of students of a broad range of abilities really well – we are getting better and better at what we do best, staying committed to great outcomes for all. We truly do bring out the best in every one”.