Central Sussex College has been celebrating a successful year for A Level results at its Sixth Form Haywards Heath campus today (Thursday August 13).
Students and staff marked the occasion with a special continental breakfast including bucks fizz, fresh juice and a range of tasty pastries, after achieving an overall pass rate of 98%.
This year, more students than ever before (73%), achieved high grades of A* to C, with many moving on to top UK universities including, Oxford, Imperial College London, Kings College London and Exeter to name a few.
Among this year’s high achievers was eighteen year old Greg Henderson, from Haywards Heath. He was awarded three A*s in Maths, Further Maths and Physics, achieving an astounding 100% in two out of the three subjects. Greg has been accepted to study Physics at the University of Oxford.
Another high-flyer was eighteen year old Yann Newby, from Haywards Heath. Yann achieved an A* in Chemistry and two As in Biology and Maths, allowing him to go on to Oxford University to study Biological Sciences.
Principal Sarah Wright said she was very proud of the students’ achievements.
She said: “this year’s A Level results reflect the hard work of our talented students and the dedication and expertise of our excellent staff.
“Our state-of-the-art facilities are fully complete at our Haywards Heath campus which is enabling us to broaden our curriculum offer. This year’s results really demonstrate our growing success as a provider of post sixteen education.”
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