Boston College A-level students have achieved 100 per cent pass rate across all 12 subjects.
Principal Amanda Mosek said: “I am delighted that Boston College has once again achieved an A-level pass rate of 100 per cent.
“Our students deserve huge credit for their hard work and effort and it’s fantastic to see them all so happy and excited and looking forward to going off to university or beginning their careers.
“Boston College is increasingly gaining a reputation for academic excellence, with top quality teaching and learning, high levels of individual support and a real focus on aspiration and progression. A few weeks ago we also found out that we were the top performing college in Lincolnshire, so we are all feeling as though our hard work is really paying off.”
Ryanna Bean was one of the many students who successfully achieved the grades needed to secure a place at her first choice university. Ryanna achieved a C in psychology, C in sociology and B in film studies, and will be going on to study Education Studies at Bishop Grosseteste University, with the aim of becoming a primary school teacher. After starting her A-levels at a local sixth form, Ryanna decided that it wasn’t for her and decided to re-take her studies at Boston College.
She said: “Coming to Boston College is the best thing I ever did - it’s been just great. I’m happy with my results and really excited to start University in September.”
University isn’t the only option for Boston College A-level students, after receiving an A in maths, C in further maths and D in physics and with the aim of a career as a mechanical engineer, Sam Meshulam will be continuing his studies at Boston College on the Level 3 Engineering course.
Sam said: “I’m continuing my studies on the Level 3 Engineering course at Boston College because I want to gain the practical experience needed, with the hope to gain an apprenticeship in the engineering industry. I’m really happy with my results.”
Josh Robinson-Green will be going straight into the world of work, with a career in the welding trade after achieving a B in sociology, C in psychology and D in law.
Speaking of his time at Boston College, Josh said: “I’ve learnt so much that I wouldn’t have learnt if it wasn’t for Boston College. The last two years have flown by and I’m really excited for the next step in my life.”
* If you need advice after receiving your A-level or GCSE results, you can visit the college’s information event on Thursday, August 25, 1-4pm. Alternatively, places are still available to study A-levels at Boston College this September - visit the information and enrolment event on Thursday, September 1, 2-8pm.