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Harrow High School announces ‘best ever’ A-Level results

Harrow High School, has today announced that Year 13 learners have achieved the school’s best ever A-Level results, with a record-breaking 37% grades awarded at A* this year.

Learners in Year 13 achieved an incredible 62% of A level grades at A*-A, 79% at A*-B, and 92% at A*-C, with a 100% pass rate.

The school says that the results will allow students to progress to various universities of their choice such as Cambridge, LSE, Kings, Warwick, and Queen Mary. BTEC Level 3 outcomes are similarly strong with 81% of grades awarded Distinction*-Distinction, with a 100% pass rate.

Paul Gamble, Headteacher at Harrow High School, said: “We are ecstatic for our learners and are so proud of their fantastic achievements. This summer’s exams were the first external assessments most of our learners have ever taken, and they took on the challenge with real determination. These results reflect just how hard learners and staff have worked over the last 2 years, and despite all the challenges of the pandemic, they have thrived.

“These are comfortably our best ever results, which is testament to the standards of teaching and learning in our Sixth Form and I would like to publicly thank all the staff at Harrow High who have worked tirelessly for them.”

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Kevin Patel, Head of Sixth Form, commented: “This group of young people have shown real determination and grit throughout their studies and they are now reaping the rewards with these amazing results. 100% of our Sixth Form learners have made successful applications to universities across the country and these results will ensure they are all able to take up these places.

“I am so proud of every single one of them, and wish them all the success as they move one step closer towards achieving their goals. I would like to take this opportunity to thank our learners’ parents and carers for supporting the school over the years, it has been a wonderful and successful partnership.”