Results at A-Level are consistently high, which keeps choice open for students after Chetham's. We are proud that the majority of students leaving Chets have the best range of opportunities to choose from.
Viewing our leaver's destinations, you can see that over two thirds of students continue their musical studies at a Conservatoire - popular choices include the Royal Northern College of Music, Royal College of Music, Royal Academy of Music, Guildhall School of Music and Drama, Trinity College and Birmingham Conservatoire.
Around a quarter go on to University, most to read Music, but also other subjects such as Law, Medicine, English, Languages and Engineering.
Several leavers are accepted into colleges at Oxford or Cambridge University each year - recent subjects include Music (of course!), Law, English, Geography and Maths.
"I have a place at Oxford next year to study Archaeology and Anthropology at St Hugh's College. I also have a place to study the trumpet at the Royal Academy of Music with a scholarship, so I have a tough decision to make!"
- Lydia Lewis Holland-Chets student, 2004-2006