STUDENTS at St. Paul’s Catholic College in Burgess Hill achieved exceptional A level results this year.
69 per cent of students achieved A*-B grades and 92 per cent achieved A*-C with 100 per cent passing their exams. The school said their success was down to dedication and hard work and support from a talented staff.
Star performances came from Matt Tweddle with 3 A* grades and an A grade, George Turner, Ben Hopkins, Rachel Molloy and Catherine Rogers with 2 A* grades and an A grade. Overall, 37 per cent of all results were graded as A* or A which shows exceptional performance by all students.
Sue Homer, Director of Key Stage 5 Achievement at the College said, “We are overjoyed with the success of the students at A-level this year. All the hard work has paid off in their results.”
Rob Carter, Headteacher, said, “These results are truly remarkable and will really inspire other students in the future to achieve their potential. I am very grateful for all the effort shown by the students and the relentless commitment of the staff and parents in helping them achieve this success.
“We wish them well for the next chapter at university and beyond.”