THE FUTURE is bright for students at Warwick School.
A record number of 17 students received offers from Oxford and Cambridge universities to study a range of subjects from archaeology to computer science.
Headteacher Gus Lock said: “This is an exceptional achievement and I am truly delighted for each and every one of the 17 boys that has received an offer.
“This is a year group that has worked hard throughout their time at the school and their record GCSE results in 2016 are testament of their dedication and effort.
” I have very high hopes for the entire year group in summer 2018.”
Those who received offers from Oxford include Anurag Choksey (medicine), David Crowther (modern history), Theo McAuliffe (biochemistry), Gautham Rao (medicine), Andrew Tinkler (chemistry), Jacob Weeks (modern history), and Archie Whitby. (French and Russian)
And those off to Cambridge include Joseph Barnes (English), Douglas Boyle (computer science), Joshua Brown (maths and physics), James Keay (medicine), Ken Man (natural sciences), Will Scrivens (land economy), George Simms (German and Russian), Edward Macro (archaeology), Bryden Yip (economics), and Sam Young (music).