Students at Malcolm Arnold Academy produced a number of distinctions in their vocational qualifications.
Chris Steed, Principal, said he was impressed with how students had performed in their BTEC qualifications.
He said: “The average grade for our students doing a vocational qualification was a Distinction +, which means that the vast majority are able to get on to the further or higher education courses of their choice.”
“In terms of A-Levels, we also had some incredible individual performances that show what our students really are capable of.”
Students who were smiling included Daniel Klimaszewski, Karina Ascuka and Pallavi Kalpande.
Daniel achieved an A* in Polish, a B in Art and Design, Distinction * in IT and in Business Studies.
He said: “I can’t quite believe it. I am amazed! This means I can go to Northampton University to do Business and Advertising. It is just what I wanted to do.”
Karina was also celebrating after getting the grades needed to go to university to Criminology. She said: “I am the happiest person ever.”
Pallavi added: “It is just amazing. I am so glad I made everyone proud of me and now I can go to Loughborough University.”
Mr Steed added: “These students have excelled, and I am delighted for them and all of our students.”