Fifth consecutive year of record A-level results for Hurst

August 26, 2016

Hurst College is once again celebrating its best ever A-level results and the highest A*-B percentage for the fifth year in succession.

Tim Manly, Headmaster commented, “The Upper Sixth were a great group of pupils and a real pleasure to have at the College. They contributed hugely in every way to the life of Hurst and I have no doubt that they will go on from here to be successful and independent individuals making their way in the world. It was no surprise therefore that they achieved the best results in the College’s history. They are set for the future and are on their way to an impressive group of universities. The majority are off to Russell group including Oxford, Cambridge and Imperial, with several studying medicine and veterinary science.”

“Whatever they do in the future, I hope that all our students take a great set of memories from Hurst as well as excellent friendships and experiences.”

Hurst’s third cohort of International Baccalaureate students scored an amazing average of 38 points – another school record – with many exceeding 40 points.

Local Hurst Heroes include:

Conor Dumbrell from Lindfield, who achieved 100% in his IB with 45 points, and will go to Cambridge University to study Natural Sciences.

Alexander Norden from Haywards Heath, who achieved four A*s in his A-levels, and will go on to Oxford University to study Physics.

James Wood from Burgess Hill, who also achieved four A*s, and will study Maths with Economics at Warwick.

Milly Jaffe from Cuckfield, with three A*s, who will study Natural Sciences at Cambridge.

Roseanna Leach from Hurstpierpoint, with three A*s, who will study International Development at the University of East Anglia.

Tom Lewis from Sayers Common, who achieved three A*s, and will go to Bath University to study Chemical Engineering.

Johanna Moiseiwitsch from Burgess Hill who achieved two A*s and two A’s and is going to study Modern Languages and English at Oxford University