15 students have been offered places at Oxford and Cambridge universities.
|Lucas Crossman||Cambridge||Robinson||Asian and Middle Eastern Studies|
|Alex Harper||Cambridge||Fitzwilliam||Natural Sciences|
|Nicholas Johnsen||Cambridge||Pembroke||Natural Sciences|
|Jonathan Long||Cambridge||Selwyn||Natural Sciences|
|Elaine Jones||Cambridge||King’s||English Literature|
|Rohit Abraham||Oxford||Corpus Christi||Material Science|
|Pierre Lanaspre||Oxford||St Catherine’s||Physics|
|Elizabeth Fitzpatrick||Oxford||St Peter’s – Choral||Music|
|Josh Kenney||Oxford||Merton – Choral||Music|
Alasdair Kennedy, Trinity Headmaster, said: “There are a range of competitive routes that students can take after Trinity, but in academic terms these remain some of the most difficult university places to achieve. Our congratulations to them all.”
Thank you to the staff who supported the students through this process.
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