Students at The Quest Academy have achieved a 100% pass rate at A Level for the 4th year running, meaning that every single Year 13 student passed every one of their A Level subjects. 81% of all results achieved were A* to C at A Level or equivalent.

In addition to overall successes, 7 individual A Level subjects saw a 100% A*-C achievement, 86% of BTEC grades awarded in Applied Science Extended Certificate were Distinction and 100% of BTEC grades were Distinction or above in Sport Diploma.

Three students achieved A*, A and A in A Levels: Luke Farmer in Maths, Geography and Biology, who will now go on to study Geography at Royal Holloway; Sadia Raman in History, Economics and Philosophy & Ethics, who will now go on to study Politics & International Relations at Queen Mary, University of London; Daniel Rodney in Economics, History and Sociology, who has a place to read History at Bristol University. Daniel, Head Boy for the last year, said, “I’ve been at Quest since the start of Year 7. I always had the goal to get into a top university and now I’ve done it! I’ve had great friends, excellent teachers; everyone here has got your back through everything. The teachers have played a really important part giving me opportunities, pushing me to achieve my goals and always believing in me.” Sadia said, “All I can say is that hard work really pays off! Bless the teachers really; it was their support that helped me achieve this.”

Madihah Hussain achieved double Distinction and A in Philosophy & Ethics and Applied Science and now goes on to read Finance & Accounting at Queen Mary, University of London. Madihah said, “I really wasn’t expecting this! But my hard work has paid off. All those nights staying up late, revising, reading the textbook over and over. The teachers were so patient. Patience is the key. I asked a billion questions and they always listened and took time to explain to me until I understood. I want to thank all my teachers for supporting me throughout my time at Quest.”

Andy Crofts, Principal at The Quest Academy said, “We’re delighted by yet another year when every student has passed every one of their A level courses. To have achieved four out of every five grades at C or better is testament to their hard work and the commitment of their teachers and families. We wish them well on the next stage of their journeys with these excellent results.”

Quest graduates are going on to study at a number of top universities including University of Bristol (History), Royal Holloway University of London (Geography), St Mary University of London (Finance & Accounting), University of Southampton (Physiology) and University of Reading (Pharmacy).

Earlier this year, Quest was once again judged as ‘Good’ by Ofsted.