HARD-working students and teachers are celebrating after their schools was placed in the top 10 for A-level performance in London.
Park High School, in Thistlecroft Gardens, Stanmore, came fifth while Canons High School, Shaldon Road, Edgware, was 10th in the top 10 performing schools in London, according to recent figures released by the Department for Education.
In the tables for Level 3 Value Added, which lists the results of 2,000 schools and colleges in the country which enter students for A-levels, Park High School came eighth nationwide and Canons High School came 25th.
Headteacher of Canons High School, Lynn Rowlands, said: “The outstanding progress made by our sixth form students is a source of great pride for us and for the local community. We thank our students and our superb staff for all their hard work.”
Headteacher of Park High School, Emlyn Lumley, said: “The hard work and dedication of staff and students deserve this recognition. We are thrilled that our schools and colleges have done so well. All of Harrow should be proud of the progress made by our sixth forms.”