SOLIHULL School has reinforced its standing as one of the Midlands’ most successful schools after another outstanding set of Oxford and Cambridge University offers.
Eight Sixth Form students at the co-educational independent three years to 18 day school have won conditional offers to study at the world-leading universities.
Two students have received offers from Oxford, Jack Arrowsmith to study philosophy, politics and economics at St Hilda’s College and Lauren Webb, law at Corpus Christ College.
Cambridge success came from Frederick Albrighton, veterinary science at Selwyn College; Shiuli Banerjee, natural sciences at Corpus Christi; Isaac Miller, veterinary science at Robinson College; Kiarn Turner, natural sciences at Fitzwilliam College; Carys Weatherhogg, geography at Girton College and Keon Zora-Mackenzie, law at Downing.
Headmaster David EJJ Lloyd said: “I am thrilled for our students who have all worked extremely hard to achieve their Oxbridge offers.
“Credit and thanks goes to Dr Foster for supporting candidates through the very demanding application and interview process.”
Solihull School secured a 100 per cent pass rate for the 10th year running in last year’s A Level results, with 61.4 percent of exam entries awarded A* or A grades.
Solihull Oxbridge students pictured left to right: Keon Zora-Mackenzie, Carys Weatherhogg, Frederick Albrighton, Shiuli Banerjee, Kiarn Turner, Lauren Webb, Isaac Miller and Jack Arrowsmith.