JFS students have continued the School’s tradition of outstanding ‘A’ Level results with another excellent performance this year, recording higher A Level results than even the last three impressive years. Notably, 52.2% of all A2 entries secured an A* or A grade while almost 83% of results were at grades A*, A or B. The average points score is 370.24.
Among many outstanding individual achievements were those of Jonathan Davis, Rachel Grabiner and Chesney Ovsiowitz (2A*s and 2 As) and Jemma Green, David Miron, Gil Reich, Joel Rosenberg, Abigail Tarsh, Kirstie Trup and Alexandar Vukadinovic (3A*s). 77 students (almost a third of the year) achieved at least ‘A’ grades in all three A levels examined – another JFS record!
9 students holding offers for Oxbridge have secured their places this year. In addition, 92% of students who followed the CACHE Diploma course, equivalent to 3 ‘A’ Levels, achieved triple A grades.
Headteacher, Jonathan Miller welcomed the excellent results and said, “These record results, once again, reflect the outstanding academic achievement of all our students. We pass on our heartiest congratulations to all the students, their parents and our staff on such delightful examination results.”