A Level Results 2017

Dover Grammar School for Girls is pleased to announce that once again students achieved excellent A Level results, gaining places at a wide range of universities across the country. Students will be embarking of courses as diverse as Paramedic Science, Business Management and Philosophy.

Students at DGGS continue to excel, with 100% of students achieving 3 or more A Level passes and 14 students achieving an impressive 5 A Level passes. This will provide them with a broad range of skills and knowledge. The Average Point Score for a student’s best 3 A Levels this year stands at: 232.

Individual successes this year include:
Flora Mackay: (1 A*, 4 A grades) has accepted a place at Bath to study Bio-Chemistry
Shauna Botha: (2 A*, 2 A, 1 C grade) has accepted an offer to study International Business (Germany) at Lancaster
Megan Coleman: (1 A*, 3 A, 1 B grade) veterinary medicine at the Royal Veterinary College, London
Chloe Foster: (2 A*, 3A, 1 C grade) will begin studying International Relations at Kings this Autumn
Caragh Deery: (2 A*, 2 A, 1B grade) has accepted a place to read Law/ German Law at Oxford University.

Headteacher Mr Robert Benson stated:

“I am very proud of all our students and the large number of personal successes. Students and teachers have worked tirelessly to achieve these grades, ensuring students have the skills necessary for the next stage of their lives – whether that is university, apprenticeships or the world of work.

“On behalf of staff and Governors, I would like to congratulate our students on their achievements. We are very proud of them all, not just the highest achievers but all of those who have worked so hard to meet or exceed their target grades.”

19 students this year have gained 3 or more A*/A grades with a further 7 reaching 2As and a B in their results. 50% of students have attained at least one A grade this summer, and nearly 80% of all A Level grades are at A* to C.

We wish all our students the greatest success in their future.