25th August 2022
Students at Windsor High School and Sixth Form, part of Windsor Academy Trust, are celebrating a fantastic set of A Level results.
Over 150 A* and A grades were achieved by students, with 60 gaining at least one A* or A grade. In addition, 13 students achieved all A* or A grades overall.
62% of A Level grades were A*-B and 79% A*-C, and the average vocational grade was ‘Distinction’.
The results highlight the continued outstanding post-16 performance at Windsor High School and Sixth Form. Students will now progress to leading universities including the University of Birmingham, University of Nottingham, University of Leicester, University of Warwick and University of Liverpool, and apprenticeships at LMP, Hamiltons and McCarthy & Stone.
Among the exceptional overall results, standout individual achievements include:
Yousef Dhafer, who joined Windsor in Year 9 without speaking English, who has achieved three A* and one A in his A levels. Yousef said, “Never give up and keep working hard for what you want.” Yousef is now going on to study Mechatronics and Robotics Engineering at the University of Birmingham.
Taiya Mitchell achieved 3 A* in her A levels and will be going to study Pharmacy at the University of Nottingham. Taiya said, “I’ve worked at always doing better and getting more so that I can be the best I can.”
Stephen Lanckham, Headteacher at Windsor High School and Sixth Form, said:
"We are thrilled with yet another set of amazing outcomes for our students, which continues our outstanding sixth form performance.
“Congratulations must go to all our students and staff who have worked tirelessly to secure this success and ensure that all students progress onto their destinations of choice. We wish them every success for the future."