Students at Spalding’s South Holland Post 16 Centre and Boston College are celebrating exam success.
BTEC (Business and Technology Education Council) students at the centre excelled, with 66 per cent achieving Distinction* or Distinction grades, the equivalent of three A* or A grades at A-level.
Overall, 74 per cent gained Distinctions or better, with the BTEC grading system ranging from a Pass to Merit, Distinction and Distinction *, the equivalent of A* to C grades at A-level.
Head of academy Will Scott said: “I am delighted with the successes seen by our Year 13 students and there have been some impressive individual grades with many students achieving the highest grades of Distinction*.
“This is recognition of the sustained hard work of students, the guidance of staff and support of parents.
“We wish all students every success as they pursue the next chapter of their lives.”
Meanwhile, Josh Robinson-Green (18), of Spalding, is going to work in welding after collecting A-levels in Sociology (B), Psychology (C) and Law (D).
Josh said: “I’ve learned so much that I wouldn’t have learned, 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.”
Amanda Mosek, principal at Boston College, said, “I am delighted that we have once again achieved an A‐level pass rate of 100 per cent.
The last two years have flown by and I’m really excited for the next step in my lifeJosh Robinson-Green (18) of Spalding
“Our students deserve huge credit for their hard work and effort and it is fantastic to see them all so happy and excited, 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.”