Antrim Grammar School is again delighted to report upon the success of its students in their AS and A Level examinations this summer, with Principal Stephen Black congratulating them upon their achievements.
At A Level, the results have been pleasing, with the school seeing an increased number of students gaining three or more A*/C grades and an increase in the number of A* grades achieved by students.
Mr Black said: “While the results are pleasing in themselves, more importantly, they allow students to access the university courses of their choice at the UK’s leading universities.
“In addition to the examinations sat within the school, excellent results have been recorded by students who studied subjects through our collaboration with NRC and CAFRE, and we thank them for their continued support for our young people.”
There have been many excellent individual performances, including Grant Addison, Rory Brown, Billy Millar, Gail Adeyinka, Rebekkah Duff, Lucy Mrazova, Sarah Armstrong, Rebecca Ellis, who all achieved three or more A* or A grades.
Special mention must go to Grant Addison, who achieved four A* grades and has secured a place to study Law at St Catherine’s College, Cambridge.
Similar success was also achieved by many individuals at AS Level with Sarah Carson, Esther Graham, Matthew McWhinney and Ross McIvor gaining four A grades and several other students gaining three A grades.
Mr Black added: “The grades and success once again reflect very positively on the hard work and ability of the pupils, the support offered by parents and the quality of teaching and commitment by the staff within the school.”