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High School 2014 cohort a ‘pleasure to have in school’

Boston High School pupils

Boston High School pupils

Boston High School has achieved another year with a 100 per cent pass rate and has increased the number of students achieving the highest A* grades.

More than 77 per cent of all entries resulted in the award of an A*-C grades while for AS results there was a six per cent increase on A and B.

Headteacher Andrew Fulbrook congratulated the students and said all the results which bode well for the future.

He said: ““I am delighted that Boston High School students have achieved so highly yet again. Every student has passed every subject and almost all of our students will be accepted by either their first or second choice universities.

“I am exceptionally proud of what our students have achieved this year.

“Although I have only known these students for a short time, I can honestly say that the Class of 2014 was a pleasure to have in school; the students were highly motivated, were outstanding ambassadors for our school and all worked very hard to achieve these superb results. Most importantly of all, a record number of students have been accepted to their first or second choice of universities.”

He said the results were a ‘testament to the students’ efforts’ and ‘the dedication of our teachers and staff at Boston High school’.

 

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