Carmel College ‘one of the top three sixth forms in the country’
There were plenty of smiling faces at Carmel College yesterday as students celebrated their A-level results.
68.1% of students achieved A* to B and distinction* to distinction grades.
Overall, there was a Level 3 pass rate of 99.4% for the sixth form.
Carmel College principal, Mike Hill, was delighted.
Mr Hill commented: “This is a fantastic set of results for the college, particularly when one considers that for most of the students, these were the first public exams these young people have ever sat.
“The college has significantly outperformed its 2019 results, which is a testimony to the hard work and determination of all our students who have had such a challenging time over the last few years of their education journey.”
He added: “I would also like to take the opportunity to thank all the staff at Carmel, who for the past two years have consistently put the needs of our students first and offered outstanding support which again is reflected in these phenomenal results.”
This year, seven students are continuing their studies at the Oxbridge universities and a further fifteen students will be studying medicine, dentistry or veterinary science.
Some great achievements from the college include:
- Jacob Walsh with A* A* A* A*
- Elisha Ainsworth with A A A
- Cara Hoarty with A* A B
- Evelyn Hughes with B B B
- Beth Topping with B B C
- Ellise Mills with distinction*, distinction, distinction
Carmel College said they wanted to congratulate their students ‘who have worked hard over the past two years’.