A levels: Success for Lancing College students

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Amelia Young, from Small Dole, achieved two A*s and two As, and now begins a gap year.

Catherine Sheldon, from Henfield, gained an A* and two As, and will study History of Art at St Andrew’s.

Head Master, Mr Dominic Oliver, said: “All of us at Lancing are delighted with these results, which are excellent across the board. The hard work and dedication of Lancing’s pupils has been amply rewarded and there will be many well-deserved celebrations tonight.

“Great futures await them. Bravo to our pupils and to all the teaching staff who have so determinedly sought to bring out the very best in our talented young people.”

· Over three quarters of this year’s candidates achieved A*s or As

· Nearly 40 per cent of candidates achieved at least one A*

· Lancing’s average of A*-B grades for the last decade is 81 per cent

· The average UCAS point score for our leavers was 364 which equates to grades AAA

· All Lancing’s pupils who were offered places at Oxford or Cambridge have been successful.

· This year’s pass rate is 100 per cent

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