Students at North Dulwich’s The Charter School are celebrating today after achieving ‘outstanding’ A Level and BTEC results, which have seen 64 per cent of students achieve at least one A grade or equivalent.
The state school, one of the top in the country, says 88 per cent of its students this year have achieved three A Levels at A*-C grade and 64 per cent have got at least one A grade.
BTEC students have also excelled, with every one of its Business BTEC students achieving a distinction or merit, and 86 per cent of those studying sports and leisure gaining the same grades.
Head teacher, Christian Hicks, said: “Once again we have seen our students’ hard work over the past two years produce another set of outstanding A level and BTEC results.
“I am incredibly proud of the perseverance and focus on excellence shown by all of our students and their teachers.”
Mr Hicks highlighted the’exceptional individual performances’ from Frankie Fennelly, Lucas Fothergill, Telma Viveiros, Ella Pound and Henry Trieu.
Frankie gained an A* in Maths, Further Maths, Physics and Economics and an A* in his Extended Project Qualification and is now taking a gap year.
Lucas was delighted to achieve three A* in Further Maths, Maths, Physics and an A in Spanish and is starting his undergraduate degree in maths at Edinburgh University in September.
Telma Viveiros achieved an A* in both Chemistry and Maths, and an As in physics and biology. This autumn she will start studying medicine at UCL.
Ella Pound achieved an A* in english an A in both government and politics and history and an A* in her extended project qualification. Ella is joining Cambridge University to read English literature in October.
And Hendy Trieu gained an A* in both maths and further maths, and an A in chemistry. He will be studying maths at Kings College London.