JFS A-level students achieved record results with 83 per cent of exams passed with grades between A*-B. Almost 15 per cent of pupils received at least one A*.
Gil Reich was one of the top achievers with A*s in biology, chemistry and physics. “I’m elated, it’s difficult to believe,” said Gil, who hopes to study biology at Oxford.
Joel Rosenberg “couldn’t be happier” with his A*s in biology, chemistry and maths. He is off to Tanzania for the beginning of his gap year, which he will spend travelling, volunteering and gaining work experience. He intends to go on to study medicine.
Another with three A*s was former head boy David Miron. “I’m over the moon ," he said. "It was tough but it was worth it.”
Jemma Green received A*s in history, politics and psychology and paid tribute to the “amazing support from my teachers – it's such a nice end to my time at JFS.”
Also thankful to JFS staff was Sasha Brooks, who credited them for her successful application to study at Cambridge.
And Josh Abraham and Jessica-Lynn Joseph were suitably all smiles on learning that their grades qualified them to study dentistry.
JFS head Jonathan Miller said: “These record results reflect the outstanding academic achievement of all our students."