Pitsford School pupils celebrated an impressive set of A Level results this year with 46 per cent of all grades awarded either A* or A.
23 per cent of sixth formers secured three A grades or better.
Proud of its extra-curricular programme and pastoral care within a caring and supportive environment, Pitsford School was delighted that 68 per cent of all grades awarded were A* to B.
54 per cent of pupils attained AAB or higher surpassing last year’s results and reinforcing Pitsford School’s reputation of being one of the highest achieving, co-educational independent schools in Northamptonshire.
Top scoring male and female pupils included Alice Cai with three A*s, one A and one B, Jeffrey Zhao with four As, Cora Zhang with two A*s, two As and one B, Jonathan Martin with one A*, one A and one B and Pitsford School head boy, James Goldthorpe with one A*, one A and two B grades.
Head boy James Goldthorpe said: “I’m delighted with my results.
“Being part of the sixth form at Pitsford School has been a brilliant experience as there’s such a great community spirit.”
James, 18, who was a member of the school’s debating society, will now study English Literature at Exeter University before embarking on a career in journalism.
He added: “Thanks to the teachers at Pitsford School who have been so helpful and supported me along the way.”
Pupils and parents celebrated their A-level success at a champagne reception held in Pitsford Hall within the school’s 26 acres of parkland.
Headmaster Mr Toone said: “It was great to be able to share this day with our successful pupils, their parents and teachers.
“I wish them well as they embark on their chosen university course.”
Pitsford School’s next open day takes place on Saturday, October 3 between 10.30am and 1pm.