A-LEVEL RESULTS: Grammar school celebrates as all students pass

Boston Grammar School A-levels
Boston Grammar School A-levels

The head teacher of Boston Grammar School has praised its pupils for their ‘determination and enthusiasm’ following a 100 per cent pass rate this year.

John McHenry said: “The students and their teachers worked with determination and enthusiasm. We are all proud of their achievements. Congratulations to them all.”

The school said the AS and A-Level exam results were ‘oustanding’.

The school said it was ‘a record year for Physics and Chemistry’ results with 70 per cent and 64 per cent of students respectively gaining A*-B grades.

In Maths, 70 per cent of students gaining A*-B grades.

Further Maths results were absolutely superb with 92 per cent of students (eleven out of twelve) gaining A*-B grades.

The History Department has received the 2015 Good Schools Guide Award for ‘The Best performance by Boys taking History at an English Grammar School’.

A total of 12 per cent of Year 13 Students achieved three A*-B grades in facilitating subjects, which are the gold standard for universities.

Some of the outstanding performaces at A-Level included those of Luke Bray, James Buckley, Isaac Charles, Nicholas Doddrell, Mastervilla Esprit, Lewis Goulder, Edward Jacobs, Shehryar Khan, John Lisle, Tobias Long, Haffi Mazhar, Bilal Minhas, Mohamed Morgan, Mei Roberts, Rachel Sinha, Jack Taylor, Alice Tetther, Michaela Tomovcikova, Danielle Tooley, Ruba Turki, and Chantel Walsh.

Nicholas Doddrell obtained four A* grades and has secured a place at Cambridge University to study Natural Sciences.

Rachel Sinha achieved three A* grades and two A grades and will pursue a Medicine course.

Jacob Moore has successfully gained a much sought after place at Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, which is a magnificent achievement.

At AS Level the proportion of A-B grades increased again with particularly noteworthy performances from Alejandro Advani de Lafuente, Jason Barnes, James Burr, Hannah Kitchen, Jeremy Lee, Mihir Rao, Chloe Thompson, Matthew Tudball, Kieran Weston and Elizabeth Wilson.

Of these, Mihir and Jeremy attained four ‘A’ grades each.

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