The dedication of students at St. Paul’s Catholic College paid off this year with 69% of students achieving A*-B grades - matching the best ever results at the College.
Overall 88% of students achieved A*-C grades and 99% passing their A level exams.
Exceptional performances came from some students who gained four A* grades including; Bertie Boakes, who is going onto study Mechanical Engineering at Imperial College, London; Deaglan Bartlett who will study Natural Sciences at Cambridge; and Bradley Jurkowksi who has been accepted into Surrey University to study International Hospitality Management.
After achieved three A* grades Ciran Crawford will study Maths at Warwick and Reece Kirk will read Sports Coaching in Southampton.
Ashley Barnard (German and Russian, Oxford), Michael Devereux (Sports Marketing, Leeds Beckett) and Tess Carter (History, Exeter) also achieved two A* and one A grade. 39% of all results were graded as A* or A which shows the exceptional performance of all the students at St Paul’s in the results.
Laura Fradgley, Director of Key Stage 5 Achievement at the College said, “It is fantastic to share in the celebrations of these great results and we wish the students well for the future. ”
Headteacher Rob Carter said, “We are really thrilled that the students have done so well once again this year. I am very grateful for the dedication and commitment of students, staff and parents in making us a winning team. We wish all the students every success in the next chapter.”
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