A Level Results 2023

    18th Aug 2023

    ALevel Results 2023

    Dover Grammar School for Girls has been celebrating both individual and overall success at A Level this year. Once again, we have seen the hard work of both the staff and students reflected in A Level results, with the school demonstrating its commitment to academic success coupled with a wide super curricular offer including work experience, additional qualifications in Criminology, and EPQs.


    The school has seen particular success for students studying Art and Art Photography, where 100% students achieved A* to B grades. Students studying French (100%), English (91%), Economics (80%), also achieved an impressive percentage of A* to B grades and Mathematicians achieved their highest grades ever (76.5%).


    Mr Benson, Headteacher, stated: “As ever, we are proud of the academic achievements of all our students who have fought and overcome huge challenges over the last few years. For this year group, these were the first set of real examinations, having been assessed for GCSE using Teacher Assessed Grades. Their perseverance and positivity has made them a pleasure to work with as a cohort.


    “I would like to take this opportunity to thank Year 13 for their contribution to our DGGS community as they have enriched their studies with school leadership, volunteering, participation in clubs and competitions. I would also like to thank all the staff at the school for their commitment both to the quality of academic provision available at the school, but also for the strong pastoral support which ensures students are able to achieve their best and leave DGGS as well rounded, confident individuals.”


    This year students are moving on to study courses in a wide variety of subjects including Pharmacy, Bio-Medical Science, Ecology, Geology, Global Humanitarian Studies, Interior Design, and Art History. In addition, two of our students have been awarded places at Cambridge University to study English and to study Economics, and one student has been accepted to study Chemistry at Oxford University, one student gained a place at Medical school and one for Veterinary Science.

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