Priory Ruskin Academy in Grantham has enjoyed its best ever A-level results, says the head of sixth form Lee Steptoe.
The overall Year 13 pass rate was 96 per cent, up two per cent on last year, with a quarter being at A-B. The Year 12 pass rate was 93 per cent, beating previous years, with A-C grades at 65 per cent.
Mr Steptoe said: “We are delighted with these results. We have shown significant improvement with overall passes above the national average. We continue to grow and offer a quality, structured environment in brand new, first rate facilitie.”
Individual success stories include joint head girls Chantelle Brookes and Vivien Frajter, and head boy Ben Oakes. Chantelle is going to the University of Nottingham to pursue nursing, Vivien to Derby to do sociology and psychology and Ben to Northumberland to do fine arts.
Meanwhile, Liam Taylor is doing architecture at Nottingham Trent, Lewis Webster paleontology at Portsmouth and Dillon Flaherty history at Hull.