Students at Corby Business Academy are celebrating one of the best A-level results days in the school’s history.
Today’s results show improvements across the board in the school’s A-level and Level 3 vocational qualifications.
The number of students obtaining A* to B grades has also increased significantly.
CBA executive principal John Henrys said: “This year we have seen a significant increase in the number of students achieving the highest grades and an increase in the students’ average point scores.
“These results are amongst the very best that we have achieved and they are testament to all the hard work that students and staff have invested in their subjects over the past two years.
“From the results I have seen I would expect that all our students will have met the requirements for their next steps be that a place at university, an apprenticeship or employment.”
Stand out A-level subjects this year included English Literature, Further Mathematics, Media, Biology and Physics.
The academy also posted great results for Level 3 BTEC courses in Business, Sport, Travel and Tourism, Dance and Health and Social Care.
Mr Henrys added: “Once again our business students have performed very well and these results will further strengthen the Academy’s reputation as an excellent centre for Business.”
Shannon MacLeod received an A* in English Literature, A* in Media and a Distinction* in BTEC Dance and will go on to study English Literature at the University of Nottingham.
She said: “I don’t know how to put into words how I feel. I worked so hard but I didn’t expect to do this well.
“I would like to thank all my teachers for helping me along the way.”
Joe March received an A* in Mathematics, an A in History and a B in Further Mathematics and has secured a place at St Andrew’s University to study Computer Science.
He said: “I’ve wanted to study Computer Science for a long time so I’m really happy.”
Emma Dean achieved three Distinctions in Business, Health and Social Care and Travel and Tourism and will go on to study Midwifery at the University of West London.
She said: “I’ve wanted to become a midwifery since I was in Year 10 so this is the realisation of my dreams.”
Daniel Thompson received an A in Mathematics and two Cs in Further Mathematics and Physics and will go on to study Aerospace Engineering at the University of Leicester.
He said: “I couldn’t sleep last night I was so nervous. I’m so happy to have got into university. In the future I hope to work on satellites.”
Joshua Cresswell received an A in PE, a B in Biology and a C in Chemistry and will study Physiotherapy at the University of Leicester.
He said: “I’ve wanted to study Physiotherapy for about four years so I am ecstatic.
“When I finish my degree I would like to work in the NHS and then take up a specialism and possibly do some work in sports physiotherapy.”
This year’s AS results are also amongst the best in the academy’s history and feature outstanding performances in a number of subjects, including Business, English Literature, History, Media, Travel and Tourism and Sport.