‘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.”