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Hill House Sixth Celebrate Impressive University Offers!

From Oxford to Cambridge, Medicine to Music, our students shine in diverse fields!

We are delighted to share the outstanding achievements of a number of Hill House Sixth pupils as they secure coveted university offers, marking a significant milestone in their academic journeys. The diverse range of disciplines and prestigious institutions reflect the excellence and commitment fostered within the school's academic community.

Layla Ducker and Eleanor Case have both received offers from the country’s most prestigious educational establishments; Layla from Trinity College at the University of Oxford to read Law and Eleanor has been offered a particularly sought-after place in Natural Sciences at the University of Cambridge.

Meanwhile, following a medical route, Christina Dean and Ananya Gopalakrishnan have both been offered places to study Medicine, underscoring the depth of the school's academic preparation and the calibre of students. Additionally, Madeline Busby has received an offer to study Veterinary Sciences. We are sure there will be further exciting news from our medics and dentists as more offers come in!

Hugh Hamilton-Plumb is thrilled to have garnered offers from three distinguished institutions - King's College London, University College London, and the University of St Andrews, to study History, showcasing Hugh's academic aptitude and highlighting the diverse academic opportunities available to Hill House pupils.

Special congratulations also to Bassoonist, Jon Thorpe who has been awarded a Scholarship to study at the prestigious Royal Northern College of Music.

Head of Senior School, Mrs Caroline Rogerson, expressed immense pride in the achievements of these pupils, stating, "These university offers are a testament to the hard work, dedication, and intellectual curiosity of our pupils. We congratulate them on their well-deserved successes and look forward to witnessing the impact they will undoubtedly make in their respective fields. I look forward to seeing what further offers are received by our Sixth Formers as we move through the coming months."