Half of all grades awarded being A* or A at Croydon High School

By me&him

The Class of 2019 have much to celebrate at Croydon High School this summer with almost half of all grades awarded being A* or A.

These girls have already shown signs of their great work ethic and capacity for independent study, when an impressive 83% of the cohort achieved A* or A grades for the highly regarded Extended Project Qualification.

In a year group of diverse interest and ambition, Croydon High girls are heading off on many different paths secure in the knowledge that their hard work has paid off and they have achieved their goals.

 

Headmistress, Emma Pattison is not only extremely proud of the academic achievements of our girls but also of the individual journeys they have taken.

“Behind every set of A-level results, there is a story and this is what we celebrate on Results Day. Every single girl has been working towards an individual dream, and, with the support of their teachers and their families, they are now well on the way to realising them. Their ambitions are as unique as the girls themselves and it is a real hallmark of Croydon High that we are able to first encourage and then facilitate such diversity of interest.”

 

The school is delighted to report that 60% of students will be taking up places at one of the prestigious Russell Group universities and equally proud of those who have chosen to follow different paths, including a highly competitive apprenticeship, or on more specialist courses in subjects they are passionate about.

 

Emma Pattison concluded, “I would like to say to each and every one of the Class of 2019, Croydon High is proud of all you have achieved during your time at the school and we wish you all happiness and success on the next stage of your journey. I would also like to pay tribute to the exceptional teaching staff here at Croydon High, who have worked so hard in tandem with the girls and who make this school such an inspiring place to work and learn.”