A total of 17 students from St Aidan’s CE High School and St John Fisher Catholic High School Associated Sixth Form
have been offered places at Cambridge and Oxford Universities.
The students have been offered places for September 2014.
Two students have received offers from Oxford and a further fifteen from Cambridge.
One student, Jack Spencer, has achieved the distinction of being awarded an Organ Scholarship at Queen’s College, Cambridge.
A school spokesperson said: “We would like to congratulate the students on their outstanding achievement.
“It reflects their hard work, impressive academic ability, and also the efforts of their teachers, who have enabled them to compete against the finest minds in the country.”
University of Oxford offers Robert Kirk, Natural Science - Somerville College
Elise Bell, History of Art - St Peter’s College.
University of Cambridge offers Joe Beighton, Music - St Catharine’s College
Fin Brown, Engineering - Christ’s College
Lucy Brotherton, English Literature - Girton College
Kate Ellison, History - Gonville and Caius College
Beth Eyre, Modern Languages - Trinity College
Elliot Farrar, Natural Science - Churchill College
Imogen Shannon, Natural Science - Jesus College
Jack Spencer, Natural Science and Organ Scholarship - Queen’s College
Karl Thompson, Economics - Robinson College
Sian Whitby, History - Clare College
Hannah-Rose Williams, Psychology - St Catharine’s College
Dominic Anstey, Natural Science - Peterhouse College
Kiera Beech, Geography - Gonville and Caius College
Helen Richardson, Law - Clare College
Robert Turnbull, Natural Science - Selwyn College.
Meantime, St Aidan’s Year 11 students have received their GCSE English Language results.
94 per cent of the year group who took the examination in November obtained grades A* - C when results wered published.
A school spokesperson said: “These are quite an amazing set of results of which the students can be very proud.”
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