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Schools' A-level rankings.

SOME of Coventry and Warwickshire's independent schools have been ranked by their A-levels results in new tables.

The tables, based on figures from the Independent Schools Information Service, rank schools by the average number of points scored by the pupils who took two or more A levels.

A grades at A level get 120 points while E grades get 40. A grades at AS level get 60.

Two Coventry schools feature in the West Midlands table - Henry VIII School in Warwick Road, city centre (above) with 398 points, and Bablake School in Coundon Road, Radford, with 364.

At the top of the Warwickshire table is Rugby School in Barby Road, Rugby, with an average score of 408. Next is Kings High School for Girls, Warwick, with 370 followed by Warwick School Warwick, (350), Kingsley School, Leamington (291) and Princethorpe College, Princethorpe, (272).
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Publication:Coventry Evening Telegraph (England)
Date:Aug 28, 2004
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