Sixth Form students are celebrating, after being offered places to study
at the country’s top universities.
Offers for Year 13 students
have started to come in from universities across the world, with others due in
very soon. Prefect, Courtney Sanders is delighted to be holding an offer to
read Law at St Hugh’s College, University of Oxford, while Abigail Wells has
received an offer to read Human, Social and Political Sciences at Fitzwilliam
College, University of Cambridge.
Courtney and Abigail’s
success comes after Alex Harker, Lucy Ashfield and Tahir Khan joined the
University of Cambridge in 2015, while Alice Baxter went on to Regent’s Park
College, University of Oxford.
Sixth Form students have received offers from all five of the universities to
which they have applied. In addition to Oxford and Cambridge, the universities
include: Bristol, Durham, Exeter, King’s College London, London School of
Economics and Political Science, Nottingham, University College London and
13 student, Jessica Wakelin, has had interviews at prestigious Ivy League
universities. She has already had interviews with Harvard and Princeton, and
has interviews with Yale and Columbia due very soon.
Katherine Jeffrey, Principal at New Hall
School said: “We are extremely proud of our students and congratulate them
on achieving offers for their first choice universities.
At New Hall, we pride ourselves on our academic achievements
and the success of our Oxbridge
programme which includes interview preparation sessions, Oxbridge guest
lecturers and opportunities to visit both universities.”