STUDENTS and staff at North Bromsgrove High School are celebrating a successful crop of A-level results which have been released today.
There were fantastic performances across the board but, among the highest achievers were Jessica Gardiner who earned two A*s and an A, Joe Ball who received an A* and two As and Megan Reid who notched up two A*s and a Distinction*.
Many students gained entry to top universities, pursuing courses such as veterinary medicine, architecture, civil engineering and palaeontology.
Headteacher Nick Gibson said: “Congratulations go to our brilliant sixth-form students who have achieved another superb set of results this year.
“We are overjoyed by our students’ performance and it is a real credit to their hard work and diligence, supported by our committed staff, in what has been another extraordinary year.
“It is the progress that our students make that particularly impresses me, to have achieved these results with a truly comprehensive intake of students is fantastic.
“The support provided by our staff, their dedication, hard work, care, and hours of guidance have paid off and we can again feel justifiably proud of our school.
“All students have achieved the grades they require to go on to university or their other post-18 destinations.”
He added particular credit should go to this cohort of students who had demonstrated an absolute commitment to their studies with resilient determination despite the challenges posed by Covid.
Director of sixth-form Daniel Taylor added: “I couldn’t be prouder of these students.
“The strength of character, determination, and engagement shown by each one of them in the face of such adversity has been remarkable.
“Thanks also to the tremendous efforts of staff and the unstinting support from parents.”
Anyone thinking of studying A-levels at North Bromsgrove High School can email firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more about it and the courses available. People are urged to get in touch before August 21.