Brigg Sixth Form has achieved a 99 per cent pass rate for this year’s A-Level results.
Directors of Sixth Form, Mark Bradley and Nick Grafton stated the college was very pleased with the achievements of students in the college in the A level results for 2013 and the pass rate “underlined the hard work and effort of all students.”
Mr Bradley added: “The top grades of A-C were achieved by over 60 percent of all candidates, with 1 in 4 results at A*, A or B grade.
“These A level results, in total, reflect excellent progression from GCSE results two years ago.”
There were some high individual achievements enabling students to access their chosen courses at University.
Matthew Rabin Smith will be reading Medicine at the University of Manchester after gaining 1 A*, 2 A’s and a grade B.
Lauren Noon achieved A B B and Charlotte Worthington achieved A* B B.
Chad Newton achieved 4 B grades and will read Broadcast Journalism at the University of Leeds.
The Advanced Subsidiary Level results have provided students with a sound foundation for success at A2 next summer; both directors look forward to a productive second year for these students in the college.
Linda Hewlett-Parker, Head Teacher of the Sir John Nelthorpe School, and Gail Young, Principal of The Vale Academy, in a joint statement said: “We are both pleased with the results that have reflected the hard work of both the students and the staff.”