MCS is celebrating another year of exceptional GCSE and A-Level results. The learning which occurs at MCS is much deeper than that which produces such results, but it is only right that we celebrate our pupils’ success and hard work, which will enable them to flourish in their chosen careers.

GCSE 2019

9-8 (A*) grades
9-7 (A*-A) grades
boys achieved ten or more 9-8 (A*) grades

Particularly strong results were seen in science subjects, with an average of 89% at 9-8 (A*) grades for Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Maths and Computer Science.

In Classical and Modern Languages, 86% of results were graded 9-8 (A*).

A Level 2019

46%  A* grades | 84% A*-A grades | 96% A*-B grades

18 pupils achieved 4 or more A*s

3 pupils achieved 5 A*s

Music, English and Modern Foreign Languages are flourishing at MCS despite a marked decline in pupils studying these subjects nationally.

This year saw our best ever results in French, German and Music.

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GCSE

Master Helen Pike said, “Once again we are celebrating startlingly high GCSE results across the board. These are testament to the hard work of pupils and their teachers, and of course to parental support. I look forward to all that these boys will contribute to the wider world in the Sixth Form, where they will be joined by a record number of incoming new entrants.”

View the detailed exam results for: 2019 Exam Results2018 Exam Results | 2017 Exam Results

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A Level

Master Helen Pike said, “Once again, MCS Sixth Formers have achieved startlingly high exam results alongside the phenomenal commitment they make to the life of the school and the wider world. I am so proud of them.”

Individual successes include:

  • Jamie, Ben and Henry with 5 A*s each and places at Cambridge
  • Jake, who starts a Degree Apprenticeship at the Dyson Institute of Engineering and Technology with A*A*A*A
  • Oliver, currently playing for Gloucestershire 2nd XI and whose role as MCS Cricket Captain saw one of the two most successful years in the school’s history, with 3 A*s and a place at Durham to read French and Spanish

Destinations 2019

Cambridge and Oxford were the two most popular destinations, with the vast majority of pupils going to Russell Group Universities.

Click here for a list of 2019 Leavers’ university destinations and subjects.

Click here for a list of 2018 Leavers’ university destinations and subjects.