Students of Burgess Hill School for Girls are heading on to their first choice universities after more than 80% of all entries were awarded A* to B grades.
With A grades in Biology, Chemistry and Mathematics, Charlotte Hopkinson from Haywards Heath has secured a place to study Human Sciences at Hertford College, Oxford.
Tabitha Reynolds and Lauren Hibbert, from Haywards Heath, are both off to Bristol University to study Biology.
Lauren gained A* Grades in Biology and Chemistry and an A Grade in History while Tabitha achieved an A in Biology and History and a B in Chemistry.
Sophie Rees, from Hassocks, will study History at the University of Southampton after gaining an A in Biology and History and a B in Economics.
Freya Loughton, from Burgess Hill, will go on to study Economics at the University of Exeter. Freya achieved A* grades in Psychology and Economics and an A in History.
Hayley Buchanan, from Haywards Heath, achieved straight As in Further Mathematics, Mathematics and Physics and will go on to study Mathematics at the University of Nottingham.
Headmistress Ann Aughwane said: “This year’s group has been a joy to work with. They are wonderful role models for the younger girls as they demonstrate that it is possible to be the best you can be academically and as a positive contributor to the community around you. We will miss their enthusiasm and energy and wish them all a bright future – they certainly deserve it.”
“With three quarters of the year group taking at least one Science or Mathematics A level, we are also proud to highlight the strength of the school in encouraging girls to pursue STEM subjects at school and university.”