STUDENTs at Boston Grammar School have made the grade once again, with 97 per cent of student passing their A-levels.
A whopping 22 per cent of students at the Rowley Road school even manged to hit the top spot with results of A and A*.
Among the high achievers opening their results this morning were Bhagya Raj, who scored an A in chemistry and A* in economics, maths and further maths. He now plans to go and study economics at Cambridge.
He told The Standard: “Thanks to the school and all my teachers. I wouldn’t have been able to do it without them.”
Other students who did particularly well this year are Evie Kerman-Fiorem who got three A grades and an A*, Akshaya Reddy, who achieved two A* and two A grades.
See next week’s paper for more on this year’s great results.