A Level students at Oxford High School consistently achieve top grades at A Level, with 1 in 5 university applicants receiving offers from Oxford and Cambridge since 2011 and 90% of students receiving offers from top Russell Group universities, including leading institutions for art, music and the performing arts.
UCAS statistics furthermore suggest that our girls are twice as likely to receive a Cambridge offer as students from the leading girls’ schools nationwide, confirming our status as the most consistently successful girls’ school in Oxfordshire.
2017-18 A Level Overview
- 71% A*/A at A Level (the highest within the GDST)
- 30% more A*/A than similar pupils nationwide
- 22% more A*/A than similar pupils in other independent schools
A Level Subject Breakdown 2018
- 26% of our grades were A*
- 62% of our grades were A*/A
- 24% of those heading to university gained a place at Oxford or Cambridge
- Of those heading to Oxbridge, 4 have offers to study Natural Sciences
- 14% of those heading to university this year are studying languages
- 100% A*/A in Russian
- 80% A*/A in Maths
- 80% A*/A in French
- 77% A*/A in English Literature
Pictured here is Chloe Troughear, an HSBC Scholar at OHS who joined us in the Sixth Form from Cherwell School and who is celebrating her 18th birthday today. Chloe is now heading to Birmingham to study Politics with an A* in Politics amongst her brilliant results.
Dr Philip Hills, Headmaster of Oxford High School, commented on the 2018 A Level Results:
“I am delighted for and proud of every one of our Year 13. I have no doubt these young women are set to change the world with their ambitions which range from Natural Sciences at Cambridge to Archaeology at UCL. What I have found particularly interesting is the sheer volume of girls studying languages at a time when, sadly, so many schools particularly in the state sector are having to cut back on language teaching. 25% of our Year 13 at OHS took a language A Level and 14% are now heading to university for Modern Languages degrees. A handful of girls are going on from their Latin and Greek A Levels to study Classics, so our school motto seems as apposite as ever – Ad Lucem!”