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Students from St John Bosco Arts College received their A-levels results this morning, achieving an overall pass rate of 100% A*-E.
Among those collecting their results was Erin Scullin who achieved A, A, B grades and will be going on to study philosophy, ethics and religious studies at Liverpool Hope University.
Isabella Jones achieved A, B, B grades and will be studying English literature at Liverpool Hope University and Malgorzata Trzeciecka achieved A, A, C grades and will be studying mathematics at the University of York.
In total, 15% of students achieved the very highest A*-A grades, 41% of students achieved A*-B grades, 72% of students achieved A*-C, with 100% achieving A*-E grades.
Many are now looking forward to going onto university, whilst others will be entering the world of work or embarking on an apprenticeship.
Headteacher of St John Bosco Arts College, Darren Gidman, said: “It has been another great year for A-level results. Through hard work, dedication and the right support from our teaching staff, our Year 13 students have done brilliantly and they should be very proud of themselves.
“On behalf of all the staff here, I’d like to wish the class of 2019 the very best in everything that they do.”