Oxbridge Success for Fulham Boys School

Five sixth formers get conditional offers at Oxford and Cambridge

Malachi, Ralph and Merlin have been offered places at Oxford
Malachi, Ralph and Merlin have been offered places at Oxford. Picture: FBS

February 5, 2024

Fulham Boys Schools (FBS) is celebrating the success of five of its sixth formers in getting conditional Oxbridge offers.

First Malachi, Ralph and Merlin were informed that Oxford University had offered them places if they get the required A Level grades.

Then, the following day, Cambridge University was in touch to say that Oliver and Thomas had the chance of a place if they achieved the marks required.

The school said on X (formerly Twitter) “We are extremely proud and wish you the best of luck in achieving the entry results that you require.”

Oliver and Tom have a chance to attend the University of Cambridge. Picture: FBS
Oliver and Tom have a chance to attend the University of Cambridge. Picture: FBS

Founded in 2014 with just 80 pupils in Year 7, the school has only recently had cohorts that have completed their secondary education through the school and now has nearly 800 students on its roll. Last year saw the first boys from the school get places at Oxbridge.

It moved into its new, purpose-built building located on the Fulham Road in March 2021.

FBS is a Free School with a non-selective intake which says it has smaller class sizes that other schools and has an ethos built on the Christian Faith.


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