Congratulations to Wolverhampton Girls’ High School’s Year 13 cohort, whose hardwork and commitment has secured some outstanding personal A Level results.
Their resilience, commitment, hardwork and dedication has paid off and the school is very proud of their individual achievements. It is always difficult to single out students but special congratulations go to Abena Adu-Boateng and Sian Uppal who achieved an A* in each of their A Level subjects along with Anya Burakowski and Abigail Yates who each secured 3A* grades amongst their results. Twenty four students secured a fantastic 3 or more A/A* grades. Our students will now go on to study a range of degree courses including Medicine, Law and Veterinary, at leading universities including Oxford and Cambridge.
As well as dealing with the demands of the workload of the two year linear A Levels, our students have played a full and active part in school life, contributing to and leading our House system and fully embracing the wide ranging enrichment opportunities on offer here at Girls’ High.
Headteacher, Mrs Trudi Young expressed her pride in the students: “We are very proud of our girls’ accomplishments. This has only been possible as a result of their personal dedication and determination. Our girls have grown as independent young women in so many ways over the last two years and seized every opportunity presented by school life. I am so pleased that they now leave with such fantastic results, testament to their hardwork and commitment. I am also extremely appreciative of the support given to the students from both staff in school and families at home. Our students leave with our very best wishes for the future.”