​Esher College is pleased to report a 99.6% pass rate at A level (84.9% A* – C grades). All of the College´s results were above national benchmarks. The proportion of students achieving the highest grades is particularly impressive. Students studying BTEC courses also achieved excellent results.

An impressive 108 students achieved three or more A Levels at A* or A grade, including 15 students who achieved 3 or 4 A* grades; a remarkable achievement.  The College is also extremely proud to report that a total of 235 A* grades were awarded at A Level. Please see the Exam Results section of our website for a full breakdown of our results.

Students in the above photo (from left to right) –

Sophie Peggs – achieved 4 A* grades in Maths, Further Maths, Chemistry and Physics. Sophie is off to Warwick University to study Maths.

Claire Whiting – achieved 3 A* grades in Maths, Chemistry and Physics. Claire is off to Christ’s College, Cambridge to study Natural Sciences.

Nicolas Alongi – achieved 2 A grades in Government and Politics and History and a B in Spanish. Nicolas is planning to take a gap year before going to Kings College, London to study European Politics.

Charlotte Boreham – achieved 2 A* grades in French and German, an A in Politics and an A* for her Extended Project Qualification. Charlotte is off to Corpus Christi College, Cambridge to study Modern & Medieval Languages.

Jake Shanahan – achieved an A* in Maths and 2 A grades in Further Maths and Physics. He also achieved an A* in his Extended Project Qualification. Jake is off to Surrey University to study Maths.

Emily Stewart – achieved 2 A* grades in Biology and Economics and an A in Geography. Emily is off to St Hilda’s College, Oxford to study PPE.

Rhiannon Davies – achieved 3 A* grades in Maths, Further Maths and Physics. Rhiannon is off to St Hugh’s College, Oxford to study Maths.

Joseph Jordan – achieved an A* in PE and 2 A grades in Economics and History. Joseph is off to Loughborough to study Economics and Management.

Alec Masoapatali – achieved 2 A grades in PE and Philosophy and a B in Maths. Alec is off to Birmingham University to study Philosophy.

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