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A-Level Results 2017


Kent College celebrates another year of academic success

Despite the changes to the A-Level system leading to trepidation nationally around this year’s results, Kent College is celebrating yet another year of successful A-Level outcomes. Demonstrating a commitment to a broad education, Kent College achieved excellent results with 70% of all grades being an A*, A or B

Kent College girls did extremely well across the board in all subjects. In particular, 65% of girls achieved an A* or A in Maths, 100% achieved an A*, A or B in English and 100% of Fine Art students achieved an A* or A grade.

With over 29 A-Levels on offer, as well as the Extended Project Qualification, Kent College girls are able to choose from a very wide range of subjects, ensuring that a variety of university courses are open to them.

Julie Lodrick, Headmistress said. ‘In the context of the biggest exam shake-up for a generation, I’m delighted that Kent College has maintained its academic results. The staff and I are extremely proud of all the girls; they have worked extremely hard and thoroughly deserve their success.’

Bea, was delighted to have been awarded three A*s, despite having had cardiothoracic surgery three days before her exams. The determination and resilience she showed throughout was inspiring to both her teachers and friends.

Sam, who was awarded an A* and two As will be studying Engineering and Chemistry at Bristol University said ‘I’m over the moon! I’m so grateful to all of the teachers. I’m ecstatic to be going to Bristol to be doing a masters in Chemistry.’

Katie, who this morning celebrated one A* and two As and will be studying Music at Manchester University commented ‘I’m so happy with my results. I’ve had a really good connection with my teachers and I’ve been given so much help. I’ve had lots of support from my friends.’

Theodora will be attending University of Birmingham to study Psychology, after having achieved one A* and two As, said ‘I’m overwhelmed and really happy that all the hard work has paid off!’

Posted: 17/08/2017 at 11:58
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