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South Hampstead High School excels in A-levels

PUBLISHED: 12:31 18 August 2016 | UPDATED: 12:33 18 August 2016

Headteacher Helen Pike on the top floor of the new building Picture: Polly Hancock

Headteacher Helen Pike on the top floor of the new building Picture: Polly Hancock

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South Hampstead High School was today celebrating an outstanding set of A-level results.

The number of students achieving A* to B rose 3% from last year, up to 94%, with 25% of results being graded A*.

Over 50% of girls at the school achieved straight A* or A grades, with particularly strong performances in Economics, English and Religious Studies.

‘These results are testament to the hard work of the girls who are celebrating them—and to support of parents, teachers and many others in the SHHS community,” said headmistress Helen Pike.

“I wish everyone many more successes!’


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