Current student Freya Ruparel, who attended Sir William Borlase's Grammar School before coming to the College, has been offered a place at the University of Cambridge. She will also be competing for Team UK in the International Geography Olympiad. Freya talks about her achievements and her time at The Henley College.
I chose the Henley College because of its wide range of choice subjects and the freedom to independently study. I am now studying geography, philosophy and environmental science A-levels and am predicted A*A*A.
The variety of extra-curricular activities I have taken part in, including our college Amnesty International group and Student Union, have led me to pursue an interest in geography.
I recently gained an offer to study geography from the University of Cambridge, along with two unconditional offers and two conditional offers from Russell Group universities, and the opportunity to compete for Team UK in the International Geography Olympiad in Hong Kong during summer 2019.
I hope to pursue a career focusing on population and the environment to ensure a sustainable future for our planet. I have had a great time at Henley College over the past two years and it has given me the confidence to follow my ambitions.