Report by Eve Watson.
NORTH Bromsgrove High School students are celebrating their A-Level results today (August 15).
Sixth form students received their exam results earlier this morning, which will enable them to take the next step in their career or education paths.
Last year the school was been put in special measures by Ofsted after a condemning report.
After new headteacher Nick Gibson was appointed in October 2018, North was pulled out of special measures in just nine months.
Year 13 student Olivia Jones, who will be studying at Worcester university, said: “Even though we were in special measures I feel like we were already on track.
“A-levels are hard and it really is a personal journey but I’m so pleased with my results!”
Head of Sixth, Sarah Figg commented: “We are delighted for all our students, who have worked with commitment and dedication throughout their time with us at North Bromsgrove High School.
“We wish all of our year 13 students the very best for their futures.
“Given the uncertainty concerning A Level reforms, we are pleased to report stable results, which build on our successes of recent years.”
Students who applied for higher education have gained places at universities across the UK, from studying Social Policy at York University to Biomedical Science at Lincoln University, while others are taking up apprenticeship roles.
Headteacher, Nick Gibson, said: “Our Sixth Form students have achieved a pleasing set of results which is testament to their diligent study and the hard work of our committed staff.
“The results will enable many of them to go on to further their studies at their University of choice and I offer them every good wish for the future.”