THE number 13 has proved lucky for sixth formers at Sir John Deane’s College as Oxbridge offer roll in.

A total of 13 students have been selected to study at Oxford and Cambridge Universities.

Joseph Adams, Rosie Green, Lewis Higgins, Jonathan Jamison, Ben Lakeland, Chris Malley, Jess Mitchell, Lauren Owers, Andrew Peak, Cameron Slater, Georgie Taylor, Sam Turley and Lottie Price have been selected for coveted places.

They have been offered places at the following colleges:

Joseph Adams (from Knutsford), Engineering at Emmanuel, Cambridge.

Rosie Green (from Leftwich), history at Emmanuel, Cambridge.

Lewis Higgins (from Altrincham), chemistry at Corpus Christi, Oxford.

Jonathan Jamison (from Knutsford), physics at Magdalen, Oxford.

Ben Lakeland (from Hartford), physics at Corpus Christi, Oxford.

Chris Malley (from Weaverham), natural sciences at Selwyn, Cambridge.

Jess Mitchell (from Malbank), chemistry at Oriel, Oxford.

Lauren Owers (from Cransley), biochemistry at Corpus Christi, Oxford.

Andrew Peak (from Weaverham), history and politics at St Hilda’s, Oxford.

Lottie Price, (from Bishop’s Bluecoat) biology at Hartford, Oxford.

Cameron Slater (from Holmes Chapel), chemistry at Lincoln College, Oxford.

Georgie Taylor (from Christleton), linguistics at Homerton, Cambridge.

Sam Turley (from Weaverham), maths at Jesus, Cambridge.

Students at Sir John Deane’s undergo an intensive process to prepare them for university with support from SJD’s specialist Oxbridge team, led by deputy principal Andrew Boden and senior teacher Sue McFahn.

Students applying to Oxbridge follow a carefully-managed programme of support which includes guidance and interview training in preparation for their application.

Kerry Kirkwood, principal of Sir John Deane’s Sixth Form, said: “I would like to add my congratulations to the students, and I’m delighted that we have had an outstanding number of successful Oxbridge applicants.

“They are fantastic role models and have a promising future ahead of them.”