Oxbridge Success

Congratulations to the 20 Wellingtonians and Old Wellingtonians who have been offered places at Oxford or Cambridge.

This talented cohort will be following in the footsteps of numerous OWs currently studying towards Oxbridge degrees, taking the total number of Oxbridge successes to nearly 100 over the last four years. With so many Wellingtonians heading to the UK’s two most prestigious universities, and similar numbers taking up places at elite universities in the United States each year, these are inspiring times for our Sixth Form at Wellington.

Equally inspiring is the generous and positive contribution these Wellingtonians have made to the wider life of the school. Among the students listed below, you will find members of the College Choir, Symphony Orchestra and Acapella group; a member of the Spanish Debating team; a singer-songwriter who is preparing for the Nashville tour this summer; representatives from the College 1st XV Rugby team, U18 Basketball team and 1st Badminton pair; part of the U20 National Triathlon squad; and a contributor to Ed Club, a charity working to improve IT access for children in Africa – to name but a few.

Well done to them all!

Behr Josh Oxford Philosophy & Theology
Benkert Max Oxford Chemistry
Evershed Charlotte Cambridge Human, Social and Political Sciences
Farah Eve Oxford Archaeology & Anthropology
Frobisher Amber Cambridge Mathematics
Hannon Matthew Cambridge Human, Social and Political Sciences
Hatch Charlie Cambridge Human, Social and Political Sciences
Hilder Jarvis Alice Oxford Mathematics and Philosophy
Hind Zoe Oxford Classics
Jackson Georgie Cambridge Human, Social, and Political Sciences
May Natasha Cambridge Economics
McDaniel Charlotte Oxford French
Nason Charlotte Oxford Fine Art
Selman Mia Oxford French and Spanish
Smart Rustan Oxford History and Politics
Stoller Dan Oxford Biological Sciences
Tsang Ian Cambridge Natural Sciences
Whiteside Eleanor Oxford Classics
Windebank Flora Oxford French and Italian
Zhu Richard Oxford Physics and Philosophy

 

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