Delighted sixth form students at Latimer Arts College are celebrating success after receiving their A-level results.
Principal Siobhan Hearne said: “We are extremely proud of our students and the success that they have achieved this year.
“There has been a 10 per cent increase in the number of students gaining three A-levels with us, as well as the highest number of A* grades in the college’s history.
“Students studying vocational qualifications have exceeded their expected grades and we anticipate all of our students have secured their places at university.”
Rowan Ramsay, 18, achieved an A grade in Business Studies and a double-award of two As in Sports Studies.
He said: “I’m very pleased with what I’ve got and hope to go to Derby University to study Sports and Business.”
Rowan’s mum, Alison, added: “Rowan’s done really well.
“Latimer have been very supportive – everyone’s so proud of him.”
Nicola Hardwick, 18, achieved a B in Psychology, B in PE and C in Biology.
She said: “I’m really happy. Next I’m going to study Psychology at Nottingham Trent University.”
Georgia Barratt, 18, secured a C in Psychology, C in Business and E in Art & Design.
She said: “I feel relieved.
“I’m going to be trained as a first responder with the ambulance service and go on to become an ambulance technician.
“It’s something I’ve always wanted to do.”
Melissa Cowern (18) achieved a B in her Dance AS, C in Music, C in Drama and another C in Dance.
She said: “I’m heading to the University of Westminster in September to study Commercial Music Performance.”