A Level Results 2023

17 Aug 23

Today, Ruislip High School celebrated the achievement of our outgoing Year 13 students on their A Level Results Day. As a school, we believe that hard work equals success and the A Level and BTEC results attained by our students exemplifies this, with 26% of all grades awarded to students being A*-A, and 76% of grades at A*-C. Our students' results will mean they will go on to a wide range of exciting destinations including studying at a range of prestigious universities and undertaking apprenticeships.  

In particular, we are proud to announce that two of our students will be leaving us to join Oxford University. Anna (A*A*A*C) will be reading Law at Oxford University. She told us: “I want to thank the sixth form team for inspiring me. I am so excited to go to Oxford and I couldn’t have done it without Ruislip High School!”

Aaron (A*A*A) who will also be reading Law at Oxford in September, was equally as overjoyed with his results. He said: “Thank you to Ms Horton for being an inspiration. Thanks to Mr Reynolds and Ms O’Neill for being awesome teachers and to Ms Najjar for her ongoing help with maths. Also a massive thank you to my mum for all her support!”

Another happy student was Yasmin (A*A*AA) who will be studying law at King’s College. She said: “I am really excited to go to King's College London to study Law. Big thank you to Ms Kwan for supporting and motivating me over the last two years.''

Beyond our university successes, we also have a number of students who have gained places on prestigious apprenticeships, including Parham and Alex, who are both beginning apprenticeships with leading accountancy firms KPMG and Orbis respectively, which will allow them to study towards a degree and qualify as accountants whilst working. 

Ruislip High School is a school that is in and for the community, and one of our students who embodies this value is Adon, who joined us in Year 7. He is leaving Ruislip High School with A*A*A*A* grades in mathematics, philosophy, sociology and an extended project, and we are so proud of him. He said: “I want to thank Ms Horton for allowing me to study philosophy even if she wasn’t originally going to run the course - I am now going to study it at university! Thank you RHS for the last seven years!” Adon will go on to study philosophy and politics at University of Bristol. 

Overall, we are proud of all our students and their perseverance in what has been a challenging time for them. We hope that all of our students are successful in whichever path they choose to take and we wish them all the best for the future.