Bright futures predicted for High School girls

Celebrating the results of their hard work - Emily Cooper from Boston, Emma Trolley from Wyberton, Emily Manson from Sibsey and Lucy Doddrell from Boston. GG
Celebrating the results of their hard work - Emily Cooper from Boston, Emma Trolley from Wyberton, Emily Manson from Sibsey and Lucy Doddrell from Boston. GG

‘BRIGHT futures beckon’ for the GCSE students at Boston High School who were celebrating success and weighing up their options.

Eight tudents from the school’s year 11 gained an impressive A*-A grade in every subject taken at the school this year.

Head teacher Dr Jason Howard said: “We congratulate all of our students on their achievements. They are all the more impressive given that many students completed most of their GCSEs last year - a year ahead of time.”

The school’s top performer was Lucy Doddrell, who gained an A* grade in each of her 10 subjects. The other seven students achieving all A8-A grades were: Emily Cooper, Jade Doughty, Elizabeth Hall, Sophie Holland, Rida Rizvi, Emma Trolley and Stephanie Walsh.

Dr Howard added: “Increasingly universities, as well as employers, look at GCSE grades carefully when considering applications - gaining as many A*-B grades as you can helps to give you an advantage. Most of our students have that advantage - and bright futures beckon.”

Bridget Anderson, head of the sixth form, said: “We are looking forward to welcoming back the majority of existing students to the Sixth Form as well as a good number who will be joining us from elsewhere.”