Cheadle Hulme High School, which is part of the Laurus Trust, is celebrating record-breaking A Level exam results with fourteen students achieving a clean sweep of 3 or more A*s – that’s an eye-watering 52 top grades between them!
Over a third of the entire year group achieved 3 or more grades at A* and A – a huge achievement and a true testament to the hard work and determination of the students over the past two years.
Our school community is incredibly proud of our students for their remarkable success, with 80% of all grades at A*-B, and 55% of all grades at A* and A.
CHHS student Joe (left) achieved A*A*A and is going on to study PPE at Corpus Christi College, Oxford. Stella (right) is going to University of Bristol to study Politics & international Relations after receiving A*A*A.
Dave Brown, Headteacher at Cheadle Hulme High School, said: “This year’s A Level results are particularly special given the challenges the students have faced. These results are clear proof of the hard work of our students, their parents & carers, and our teachers, who continue to ensure high quality learning.
“We are delighted for them as they embark on their ‘Life After Laurus’ and hope to keep in touch with them via our Old Laureates network- their futures are very bright indeed!”
Cheadle Hulme High School and Sixth Form is part of the Laurus Trust, which is opening three additional Sixth Forms in September 2023.
Pragya achieved A*AA and will be attending King’s College London studying Biochemistry.
Linda Magrath OBE, CEO of the Laurus Trust, added: “We are extremely proud of the achievements of all our Sixth Formers, especially given the disruption to their studies over the last two years. Their determination to succeed has paid off handsomely.
“The vision underpinning the Laurus Trust is to level the playing field and to give state school students the same educational and life chances as those who are educated privately. I’m thrilled that these A Level results rival those of the independent sector, and will enable our students to open the door to the future of their choice.”
Performing Arts student, Matthew, received a place at the University of Warwick to study Theatre and Performance Studies after achieving A*A*A.
Cameron (left) and Daisy (right) both achieved straight A*s, with Cameron going on to study Medicine at University of Keele and Daisy attending University College London reading English.
Zain will be going to the University of Liverpool to study Dentistry at achieving three As.
Josephine (middle) achieved three As, while Dan and Louie both achieved AAB.