"Brighton College is the leading co-educational school in England"
The Sunday Times.
Academic results are consistently the best in Sussex and the best of any co-educational school in England.
The improvement over the last six years:
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The exam results at Brighton College are truly outstanding. Although there are other schools with excellent results, there are no other schools in the country that have seen their results across both GCSE and A-Level (as measured by The Sunday Times in their Parent Power supplement) improve every year for the last five years. This continual rise has taken Brighton College to 18th place nationally; by far the best results in the region and the best of any mixed school in the United Kingdom. In 2011, The Sunday Times described this as "an unparalleled achievement" and was one of the reasons why Brighton was declared England's School of the Year 2011-12 by the newspaper.
Within Sussex, Brighton is the only school in the county in the Sunday Times' UK Top 100 schools (18th in the UK). Only one other Sussex school (Burgess Hill in 127th place) makes it into the UK Top 150.
Most schools at the very top of the league table are very selective. Brighton is the exception. At the College, we have managed to make huge strides in terms of exam results despite leaving the pass mark for Common Entrance at 55%. This large improvement from entry at Year 7 or Year 9 to the final public exams is reflected in some of the best value-added scores in the country.
All of this is down to the school's recruitment and retention of truly outstanding teachers who inspire children here to achieve more than anyone thought possible.
Do please click on the links on the left to see a full breakdown of the GCSE and A-Level results for 2012 by subject. Below you can find a brief summary of the key percentages showing the improvement over the last six years.
All Brighton College pupils are entered for examinations under the College's centre number; no pupils are entered as private candidates or under a different centre number.