Lancaster Royal Grammar School is consistently placed among the top state schools in the country and is one of the leading state boarding schools in the UK. The high standard of achievement of our pupils and the inspirational teaching by our staff mean that our A-level and GCSE results are exceptionally high.
Three-quarters of our A-level results are regularly A* - B grade and the vast majority of our leavers go on to their first choice university, many of them to the most competitive institutions, including 10-15 each year to Oxford and Cambridge. Around 40% of GCSE entries achieve one of the top two grades, 9 or 8 and 70% achieve one of the top three grades, 9 to7.
We are consistently placed in the top 2% of UK state schools at GCSE and A-level.
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To see our most recent exam results, click on the attachments below.
2023 A-level Results
Almost half of all results in 2023 are A* or A grades (48.4%), and well over two thirds of all results (70.8%) are A*, A or Bs. Seven pupils achieved four A* grades and ten others achieved three A*s.
2023 GCSE Results
Almost two-thirds (61.4%) of all exams were graded 9 to 7, 39.6% were grade 8 or 9 (the old A* grades) and 19% gained the very top grade 9s. Three boys gained eleven grade 9s and twenty-five students are celebrating seven or more GCSEs at grade 9, including five students who achieved 10 or 11 GCSEs at grade 9 .
Headmaster Dr Chris Pyle said: “It is fantastic to see the energy and hard work of all our pupils recognised in their excellent grades. Congratulations to our students on an excellent set of GCSE results, which will be a springboard to their further success at A-level and beyond.
“We are proud of every single one of our pupils. Congratulations both to the highest achievers and to all who have worked hard for such well-deserved results.
“It is a privilege to work with such motivated students. I am very grateful to all our teachers as well as support staff at Lancaster Royal Grammar School who have helped our pupils towards these achievements.”