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Stellar A-Level Results for Bright City Girls

Our girls continue to impress with another year of excellent A-Level results.

With another 100% pass rate across all subjects, and with almost 50% of the year group gaining A* and A grades only, this year marks a high point in personal and academic achievement for our students. Girls have excelled in some of the toughest subjects including Chinese, Classics and Science & Technology subjects, meaning that most are off to their first-choice universities to take their studies further. 20% of the year group have also completed Extended Project Qualifications (EPQ), with 13 out of 15 students gaining A*, and 14 out of 15 gaining A* or A.

Showcasing their creative prowess, all Art students gained A*grades in the subject, and Modern Foreign Languages (German, French, Spanish & Chinese) have had another great set of results with almost half of all grades at A*, 85% of grades at A* to A, and 100% of girls gaining A* to B grades. German has achieved 100% A* results for a second year in a row, and in the first year of offering Chinese Pre-U all girls have gained exceptionally high marks.

City has been focused on encouraging girls in Science and Technology subjects and are pleased that in all these subjects (Biology, Chemistry, Physics and Design & Technology) over 96% of students gained A* to B. As a result, City has 30% of girls heading off to study STEM subjects including Physics and Engineering at degree-level.

Headmistress, Mrs Ena Harrop commented:

“We are delighted with how well the girls have done in their public exams. This year's cohort has displayed an impressive determination to succeed as well as a real sense of enjoyment in their learning. The girls have worked very hard to achieve these results, and the staff's support and ability to inspire them has been a crucial element of their success. As they embark on their university life, we are certain that their time at CLSG has prepared them well to continue to excel and to be able to achieve whatever they set their minds to in the coming years.”

Well Done Year 13!