Students at Oxford High School consistently perform to the highest standards at both GCSE and A Level.
2022 A Level Overview
In 2022, 41% of all A Levels were graded A* and 98% were graded A*-C. Furthermore, 64% of pupils achieved at least one A* and 22% received all A*s.
2022 GCSE Overview
In 2022, 88% of all GCSEs awarded were 9-7 (or A*-A) and nearly 100% of grades were 9-4 (A*-C).
2021 A Level Overview
In 2021, 63% of all A Levels were graded A* and 100% were graded A*-C. Furthermore, 89% of pupils achieved at least one A*.
2021 GCSE Overview
In 2021, 78% of all students achieved all 9-7 (or A*-A) grades and 100% achieved all 9-4 (A*-C).
2020 A Level Overview
In 2020, 49% of all A Level grades were at A* and 28% of students achieved all A* grades. Furthermore, 99% of grades were at A*-C.
2020 GCSE Overview
In 2020, 75% of all students achieved all 9-7 (or A*-A) grades and 100% achieved all 9-4 (A*-C).
2019 A Level Overview
We were delighted to learn that our 2019 A Level leavers achieved the best results of any girls’ school in the country, with 42% of all grades at A* and 20% of students achieving all A* grades.
Such an achievement pays glowing testimony to the ability and effort of these girls, as well as the capacity of our staff to engage students at the highest levels and encourage them to learn both deeply and broadly.
Value Added – An Insight into the OHS Difference
The following graph provides an insight into the difference that an OHS Sixth Form offers compared to similar pupils in other schools and other independent schools nationwide.
2019 GCSE Overview
Congratulations to the 2019 cohort of Year 11s on achieving a fantastic set of results, including 100% A*-C grades and 10% of students achieving all A*/9s.
GCSEs 2019 – Value-Added
The following graph illustrates the performance of OHS students at GCSE relative to their counterparts at other schools and other independent schools.