There were whoops of delight from students at St. Dominic’s as they celebrated top notch grades in their A-levels.
Our sixth form students once again achieved excellent results with nearly half of all grades being graded A*-B.
It enables students such as Beth who obtained three A grades to study Law at Bristol University and others to do Pharmacy.
Headteacher, Peter McNabb, said: “These are truly amazing results and a great tribute to the hard work of all our students, the support of their parents, outstanding teaching and the individual attention made possible by our small class sizes.
“We’re pleased to be able to offer so many different subject options for our students to pursue and combine.
“We congratulate them all on their success, which follows hot on the heels of glowing comments included throughout our recent inspection by the Independent Schools Inspectorate.
“The results mean that every single one of our A-level students have results that enable them to take up places at University in the next step towards achieving their dreams for the future.”
Mr McNabb added: “We are very proud of the sixth form facilities here at St Dominic’s, and the students have worked incredibly hard to achieve such good results.
“It’s also important to mention the dedication and support of parents and the school staff, which I know has been appreciated by students.”
St Dominic’s Grammar School educates boys and girls aged between 4-18 and there are limited places still available for the term commencing September, although there is a waiting list in some age groups.
Spaces are available for sixth form students at the significantly reduced rate of £2,580 per term to make it affordable for as many students as possible to access private education before university and to assist them in achieving the best university course and place.
For more information contact 01902 850248.