‘A’ STAR students

Year on year success for the girls at St Saviour's & St Olave's

for the fourth year in a row St Saviour’s and St Olave’s students have achieved impressive ‘A’ level results with over 50% of grades between A* and B. There was also a stunning 100% pass rate.

Samantha Hunter (grades: A*A*AA) will take up a place at Imperial College in London to study Physics, Emily Wong (grades: A*AAA) will study Psychology at University College, London, and Magdalene Kasshun will be going to Southampton to study Medicine. Other ‘A’ grade students in all subjects were Franciska Howarth (grades: A*AA), Larise Cummings and Dana Nurse (both with grades: AAA).

Saint Saviours Saint Olaves Girls School Students Results
Head of 6th Form, John Breslin, was delighted saying, “This confirms my belief that whether you are aiming for the best universities or the most prestigious industry placements, St Saviour’s girls have shown that with hard work and commitment, you can achieve these goals. We are heavily oversubscribed for entry in September 2015 and this is testament to the outstanding reputation that our staff and students have established.”

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