Once again St. Benedict’s College students have excelled in their GCSE Examinations with 68% of pupils achieving at least five A*-C grades.
School prinicpal Sean McAuley commented that this is well above the Northern Ireland average for non-selective schools.
“We are particularly pleased by these results as they are a testament to the “very good” ETI Report carried out last year,” Mr McAuley said.
He added: “The positive working relationships between pupils, parents and staff have resulted in another well deserved set of results this year.
“We are proud of their achievements and wish them continued success in the future.”
Thirty-five pupils achieved seven or more GCSEs at A*-C with a total of 53 As and 103 Bs.
Top students were: Gabrielle Mc Cann, Deirbhile Duffy, Sian Mc Manus, Viktoria Szaboova, Jack Mc Laughlin, Tiernan Martin, Ben Boyd, Shauneen Byrne, Jamie Lee Fullerton, Peadar Devlin, Sean Fegan, Claudia Graffin, Michaela Podracka, Catherine Maybin, Dylan Laverty, Caolan Bognar, Jake Mc Ateer and Megan Mc Canny.
Mr McAuley added: “Pupils continue to deliver good grades in English and Mathematics. Both departments are enjoying an increase in the percentage of pupils passing those subjects at grade C or above.”