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A Level – Personal Accomplishments

Wolverhampton Girls’ High School is celebrating its Year 13 students’ personal accomplishments, following the publication of A Level results today.


These results are a testament to the students’ resilience, hard work and the support provided by staff, parents, carers and each other.


Many students have achieved their desired outcome and received a firm offer from their chosen university, or apprenticeship or are progressing on to employment.


The School was pleased to see so many top grades across a wide range of subjects, including humanities, languages, sciences, and the arts.


While all students have achieved strong results, there were some exceptional student achievements. These include:


  • Jaya Bector who successfully achieved 3A*s and has secured her place to study Dentistry at University of Birmingham.

  • Zara Fletcher Shields who successfully achieved 3A*s and has secured her place to study Veterinary Medicine and Surgery at Harper Keele Veterinary School.

  • Catie Hale who successfully achieved 3A*s and has secured her place to study Psychology at Loughborough.

  • Lucinda Moore who successfully achieved 4A*s and has secured her place to study Medicine at University of Exeter.

  • Abbi Rooprah who successfully achieved 3A*s and has secured her place to study Chemical Engineering at University of Bath.

  • Five of our students: Akua Addo, Taarika Kataria, Grace Roswarne, Nathalie Senkye and Lily Grace Williams who have all secured places at University of Oxford/Cambridge.


Mrs Trudi Young, Headteacher at Wolverhampton Girls’ High School, said:


“As a school, we are so incredibly proud of each of our Year 13 cohort today. The students have shown determination and resilience throughout their Sixth Form years. They have played a full and active part in all areas of school life and we thank them for the wide ranging contributions to our school.”


“Congratulations to our Class of 2023. You have so much to be proud of. On behalf of everyone at Wolverhampton Girls’ High School, we wish you all the very best in the next exciting chapter of your lives.”



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