Slough Grammar School celebrated A Level results with students sustaining a record 99% A*-E pass-rate for the second year running, with over a third of all entries being A*- A.
The results, published on 15 August, also showed that a record 64% of the 318 examination entries achieved A*- B grades. These record results proved to be a fitting accomplishment for the school marking the launch of its second century identity as Upton Court Grammar School.
Principal Mercedes Hernández Estrada said “This has been an excellent set of results with most of our students securing the University places for which they were holding provisional offers including those wanting to go to Oxford and Cambridge. Students have worked very hard and thoroughly deserve the outstanding results they have achieved”.
The highest achieving students were:
Click here to view The Telegraph's searchable school A-level results table showing the percentage of students obtaining A* - B or equivalent qualifications at almost 400 state schools across the country. Slough Grammar appears under its new name Upton Court Grammar School.