Celebrating Oxbridge offers for King's High and Warwick School Sixth Form students
Five King’s High girls have received offers from Oxford and Cambridge this year, in a broad range of subjects. Maya, Emma, Holly, Amber and Lucy received offers to read Law at Lincoln College, Oxford; Architecture at Girton College, Cambridge; French and German at Exeter College, Oxford; Natural Sciences at Pembroke College, Cambridge, and German and Beginners’ Russian at St Peter’s, Oxford. One place has also been offered with a Choral Scholarship. Six boys from Warwick School have received offers, making eleven offers in total for the Warwick Independent Schools Foundation's Sixth Form students.
Richard Nicholson, Head Master of King’s High, comments: ‘We are immensely proud of all our Oxbridge candidates, and congratulate those girls who received offers, as well as commiserating with those whose skill and dedication sadly wasn’t recognised this year. The continued rise in candidates is testament to our dedicated girls and staff, and our Higher Education Enrichment programme, which has been created to foster Creative Thinking throughout school. We are hugely proud of all our girls, who go on to such exciting journeys beyond King’s, studying a vast range of subjects. In the past three years, 75% of our girls have gone to one of the 25 universities targeted by the top employers. Last year, 86% went to their first-choice university, and girls go on to Arts Foundation courses, Music Conservatoires, Drama Colleges, and prestigious Degree Apprenticeships.’