The Royal Hospital School is renowned for its unique blend of academic and co-curricular success, as 2019's GCSE results certainly go to show.
A co-educational boarding and day school in Suffolk
Set in 200 acres of Suffolk countryside overlooking the Stour Estuary and within an hour of London, Royal Hospital School is a leading, co-educational boarding and day school providing a full and broad education, fit for the modern world.
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Celebrations are underway with the announcement of our best GCSE performance since 2013 at 9-7/A*-A.
Now in its second year, the BTEC Level 3 Extended Certificate in Sport saw 100% of pupils gaining a Distinction*, Distinction or Merit (the equivalent of A*to C grades).
Holly Folkard-Smith and Adam Warren, Heads of School at the Royal Hospital School, celebrate some excellent A Level results with a bundle of top grades between them.
An incredibly talented artist and designer, Cici gained two A*s and an A and plans to study Art and Design at the University of the Arts London.
The Royal Hospital School's top performer in terms of overall points score at A Level was Cillian Rew who achieved A*s in Chemistry, Physics and Maths and an A in Further Maths.
Dominic Curtis, Head Academic Scholar at the Royal Hospital School did not drop a grade in the recent A Level examinations. With three A*s in Religious Studies, Latin and Maths,
The Royal Hospital School has seen a significant rise in top grades in the 2019 A level results with 10.4% of papers at A*. Overall, this cohort of 90 pupils achieved an 85.7% A*-C pass rate continuing an upward trend over the last eight years.
We hope you enjoyed this year's Speech Day video showing our pupils in action.
Preview this weekend's Saturday Sport Programme.
See our pupils in action and have a look at the superb facilities they enjoy by browsing our media gallery.