CHEADLE Hulme School sixth form students are taking the next step towards their chosen careers as future engineers, doctors and entrepreneurs after achieving an impressive a 99.2 per cent pass rate at A Level.

The students are now preparing for their first semester at some of the country’s leading universities, including Oxford, Cambridge, Durham, and Manchester, as well as overseas in the USA.

Some students will also embark upon sought-after industry apprenticeships across a number of fields including Business and Economics at Deloitte and Barclays.

Topping the School’s results table, Oscar Jones lead the way receiving 3x A*s and 1 A, with Mansi Dhokia, Genevieve Jeffcoate, Maria McCusker-Garcia and Eddie Michael all receiving three A* grades each.

Oscar, who has always wanted to work in Engineering, said he is looking forward to getting stuck into all aspects of his Design Engineering course at Imperial College London.

He said: “I’m really happy, Imperial was always my goal. I hoped I had done enough but you never know.”

Head Girl Jess Appleby has been offered a place to study Medicine at Keele University.

She advised next year’s Sixth Form students: “Get involved in all aspects of School life. Make the most of your time in Sixth Form because it goes past so quickly.”

Cheadle Hulme School Head, Lucy Pearson said: “I am absolutely delighted with this year’s results: they are great news for the students, the staff and the School as a whole. With 80 per cent A*-B, we continue to strengthen of our academic outcomes whilst remaining committed to providing an education that encourages the development of every young person in academic, active and altruistic fields.”