A TRIO of students from Solihull Sixth Form College have secured places at Oxford and Cambridge Universities.
Daisy Holgate and Trinity Weldon have offers to study at the University of Oxford, while Louis Hall has an offer from the University of Cambridge.
All had to go through a challenging application process, with interviews and in some cases additional tests to be sat.
They all began their applications much earlier than their friends and were supported by staff at the College to give them the best possible chance of success.
Louis has been offered a place at Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge where he hopes to take up a place on their Engineering course.
Daisy hopes to take up a place at Keble College, Oxford to continue her Biology studies.
Trinity Weldon is hoping to join Daisy at Oxford where she wants to study law at University College.
College Principal Dr Martin Sullivan met the students recently to congratulate them on their success.
He said: “I am delighted for Louis, Daisy and Trinity and I congratulate them on getting their offers from Oxford and Cambridge.
“They took on a significant challenge and I’m very happy that their hard work has been rewarded.
“They were up against the very best students in the country and beyond and just getting an offer is a huge achievement.
“I am confident all three students have very bright futures ahead of them.”