11 boys at Warwick School have received offers from Cambridge and Oxford universities. They are set to study a wide-range of subjects, including architecture, biomedical sciences, chemistry, classics, engineering, medicine, and physics.
King’s High is celebrating a continuing rise in numbers of offers from Oxbridge. Seven pupils have received offers, in subjects including biochemistry, natural sciences, to geography, education, English, and philosophy.
Dr Deneal Smith, headmaster of Warwick School, said: “I remain incredibly proud of the achievements of all our pupils and I am delighted that, against incredibly fierce competition, these students have secured offers from these prestigious universities.”
King’s headmaster, Richard Nicholson, said: “We are delighted at this news, and congratulate our girls and their brother pupils at Warwick School. It is wonderful to see all King’s Upper Sixth girls’ applications being so well-received by universities and colleges. Currently, on average, the girls have received three offers, with 70% of all offers coming from Russell Group universities. At such an early stage in the process, these are outstanding results.”
Warwick School and Warwick Preparatory School will welcome King’s High School onto the Myton Road campus in September 2019. The shared sixth form centre is the first building within Project One Campus to be completed, and will provide space for private study for both boys and girls, as well as opportunities to socialise together.