Calday students secure places at Oxford and Cambridge

Calday Grange Grammar School has announced the extraordinary success of its students in the competitive application cycle for the University of Oxford and the University of Cambridge.

This year, 17 of the school’s scholars embarked on the challenging journey to apply to these globally renowned institutions, demonstrating their unwavering pursuit of academic excellence and a deep passion for learning.

The rigorous selection process saw nine of the candidates being selected for interviews, underscoring their outstanding potential and the high regard in which they are held by the admissions panels of Oxford and Cambridge.

Five of the students have been offered places at these prestigious universities, a testament to their hard work, resilience, and the exceptional support provided by their teachers and mentors.

One student has been placed in the pool at Cambridge, highlighting their remarkable abilities in a highly competitive field. This serves as a testament to the extraordinary calibre of students we nurture and their readiness to excel at the highest levels of academia.

Mr. Stephen Gray, Headteacher at Calday Grange Grammar School, expressed his delight at the students’ achievements, stating, “The success of our students in securing offers from Oxford and Cambridge is a proud moment for Calday Grange Grammar School.

“It reflects not only on the exceptional talent and hard work of the students themselves but also on the dedication of our staff who have supported them every step of the way. These achievements reinforce our commitment to fostering academic excellence and empowering our students to pursue their dreams with confidence.”

Advait Bavikatte has been offered a place at Cambridge to study Medicine.

Zac Jackson is set to study Music at Cambridge.

Alex Poulston was accepted to study Biology at Oxford.

Siddharth Shivaram will pursue Medicine at Cambridge.

George Gibb has secured a place at Oxford.

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