Our success stories


  1. Nathan Westwick wins national Royal Aeronautical Soceity competition

    Nathan Westwick

    Year 12 student Nathan Westwick has won the NE Rowe category in a national competition organised by the Royal Aeronautical Society.
  2. Felix becomes finalist for Young Economist of the Year!

    Felix Turrell

    Felix Turrell is a Year 13 student who studies Economics. In September 2023, he was shortlisted as a finalist for Discover Economics’ Young Economist of the Year award.
  3. Mali Jongman-Rios wins bronze medal at The International Physics Olympiad

    Mali Jongman-Rios

    Mali Jongman-Rios wins bronze medal at The International Physics Olympiad
  4. Jordan Ashman Wins BBC Young Musician of the Year

    Jordan Ashman

    Jordan Ashman Wins BBC Young Musician of the Year
  5. Peter Bailey comes second in Oxford University Computing Challenge

    Peter Bailey

    Peter Bailey comes second in Oxford University Computing Challenge
  6. Robert Halliday Wins gold medal at International Biology Olympiad

    Robert Halliday

    Robert Halliday Wins gold medal at International Biology Olympiad
  7. Lucy Parker joins Lioness Squad

    Lucy Parker

    Lucy Parker is a Hills Road Alumnus who is now part of the Lioness Squad.
  8. Sambor Puskas comes second in grand prize final

    Sambor Puskas

    Sambor Puskas is a Hills Road Alumnus who studied at the College from 2021 until 2023. He came second in the Grand Final of a prestigious public speaking competition held at the National Gallery.
  9. Serena Blackwood

    Serena Blackwood

    Serena Blackwood is having the kind of year most student-athletes can only dream of. We were lucky enough to chat about her recent run of competitions, her life as a Year 13 student, and where she sees life taking her beyond Hills Road.
  10. Georgia Pescod

    Georgia Pescod is a Year 13 Hills Road student with a unique talent: she is a qualified private pilot!
  11. Lanna Freeman

    Y13 student Lanna Freeman took on the role of AstraZeneca's UK president for a day on 11 October!
  12. Maisie Fraser

    Year 13 A level French student Maisie Fraser has been announced as a national runner-up in the Anthea Bell Prize for Young Translators, an initiative of University of Oxford’s Queen’s College Translation Exchange.