STUDENTS at Holy Trinity School in Kidderminster are celebrating after achieving the A level grades they needed for university.
Georgina Homer has secured a place on the costume with performance design course at Bournemouth University and Rebecca Rowberry will read bioveterinary science at the University of the West of England, while Rebecca Blakeway will study physical education at Leeds University after taking a gap year.
Pupils at the school achieved a 100 per cent pass rate in this summer’s examinations and more than 90 per cent gained entry to their chosen university.
Mrs Pam Leek-Wright, headteacher of the school, said: “Once again our students have delivered a great set of results and we are all delighted for their personal success and congratulate them all.”
Mr Chris Barth, head of the school’s sixth form, added: “We place emphasis on both academic success and the development of personal qualities and I wish the young people continued success.
“I am confident that all our Holy Trinity year 13 leavers will flourish in higher education.”