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Posted on: August 21st 2017

A level Results

Students and staff at Chesham Grammar School are celebrating excellent A level results. Around three quarters of all entries resulted in grades of A* - B with more than forty students achieving a ‘clean sweep’ of A* and A grades.  Ten students were rewarded with at least three A* grades.  Headteacher Annmarie McNaney, said, "We are delighted for our students and proud of their successes which come as the result of their own commitment and dedication and that of their teachers and tutors."  

One of the highest achieving students, Guy Moss, gained four A* grades in Mathematics, Further Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry and is going on to read Mathematics at Warwick University.  Also heading to Warwick to read Mathematics are Daniel Stretch, William Storey and Alex Cowden, all of whom achieved at least three A* grades.  Rafae Qazi who achieved A*s in Economics, Mathematics and Politics and a Distinction in Pre-U English Literature is set to study PPE at the LSE while Scarlet O’Shea is off to read Modern Languages at Cambridge. Several students have achieved the grades to read Medicine including Taylor Fulton-Ward and Meggie Pendered, both of whom achieved three A* grades.

Head Boy, Alex Smith, was thrilled with his two A*s and an A.  He said ‘I am delighted with my results and so grateful to CGS; I have had the best time here and the support from my teachers throughout has been amazing’.   There are many other personal successes and achievements with the majority of students gaining entry to their first choice university.  "Overall, this was a wonderful year group", said Annmarie McNaney.  "During their seven years at CGS, they have made a superb contribution to the life of the school, accomplishing much in sport, music and the arts.  They have been excellent ambassadors and I am proud of what they have achieved academically.  We congratulate them all and wish them well for the future."

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