THE FUTURE is bright for students across the district.
A level results were revealed today as students picked up their grades.
Nearly all schools, sixth forms and colleges had a 100 per cent pass rate on the exams.
Campion School saw 55 per cent of students achieving A* and A grades.
Top marks went to George Cowgill who achieved an A* and two As, and Deniz Gungor who scooped A*, A and B and is now heading to St Andrew’s University.
Headteacher Jassa Panesa said: “Well done to all our pupils in Year 13 and a big thank you to all the staff and parents who have supported us during this year of expansion and building work.
“Our students have built upon their successes at GCSE and have not only achieved highly but also developed into well rounded young adults.”
And North Leamington School also celebrated impressive results, with 60 per cent of pupils scooping A* to B grade.
Top marks went to Alyssa Berry and Beth French who both received an A* and two As.
Headteacher Joy Mitchell said: “I am absolutely delighted and very proud that we have managed to sustain such exceptional results yet again this year. Many students have done incredibly well and exceeded their personal targets allowing them to go onto their first choice destinations.”
Myton School saw a quarter of all grades A* to A with top results going to Beant Dhillon and Bronwyn Hansen who both achieved three A*s.
Headteacher Andy Perry said: “Congratulations to our outstanding sixth formers. These results, with new and more demanding courses, are a reflection of their hard work, and the excellent teaching and support they received from school and home.”
And Trinity Catholic School saw its strongest results for a number of years, with half of all grades A* to B.
Rosie Duffy achieved three A*s and Oliver Webb scooped two A*s and one B.
Head of School Jon Shires said: “We are delighted for all our students. These results reflect their hard work and commitment throughout the last two years.
“We are very proud to see so many of our students securing places at university or on apprenticeship courses. We wish all our students well as they embark on the next stage of their journey.”
Record results were achieved at Kenilworth School which saw a third of students scoop A* and A grades.
Headteacher Hayden Abbott said: “This is a particularly impressive achievement, as students have worked exceptionally hard to achieve these high grades on their first attempt across a suite of very difficult qualifications.
“I congratulate all students for their hard work and wish them good luck in their future pathways, on behalf of staff and governors.”
Girls at The Kingley School saw a third of all grades passed with A* to A results.
Headteacher Heather Owens said: “Our aim is for our leavers to be strong independent young women who have good character and confidence – these are just as important today as qualifications.
“We are as proud as ever of our excellent results so I am thrilled with our girls and their successes today – they are all now on their varied pathways to achieving their life goals and fulfilling futures thanks to their hard work and the whole staff team at Kingsley.”
Warwick School students were also celebrating, with 48 per cent of results at A* to A grade.
High achievers included Frank Fan, William Feasey, Zakary Milstein, George Holding and David Yates, who all received four A* grades.
Headteacher Deneal Smith said: “The achievements are testament to the hard work and dedication of the boys and their teachers. These results will see boys progressing to a range of competitive courses, for many at their first choice university, and we wish them all every success for the future.”
Princethorpe College saw 30 per cent of students scoop A* or A grades. There were 17 who walked away with three or more A* to A results.
Headteacher Ed Hester said: “These students have worked so hard and we are incredibly proud of their achievements. We are proud of their academic achievements, but these students have many other fine qualities: – kindness, respect and a strong sense of right and wrong, which will be tremendously important for them as they move on to the next phase of their lives. We congratulate them all on their success and wish them the very best for the future.”
Warwickshire College’s Leamington site saw all students pass its biology, chemistry, English, physics and maths courses, to name just a few.
Vice principal Helen Kinghorn said: “It is fantastic to see the hard work of our students pay off and we would like to congratulate them all on their A level achievements.
“We are very proud of each and every one of them and these results are testament to the hard work put in by staff and students over the last year.”
And Southam College is celebrating top results with lots of students passing with A* to B grades.
Daniel Ridges and Beth Edwards came top of the class with two A*s and an A grades.
Headteacher Ranjit Samra said: “These results are testament to the hardwork of students and staff and the support that parents and carers provide. I want congratulate everyone involved and wish them every success for the future.”
Results updated as we receive them.