Students at Ashville College in Harrogate received their A level results today.
More than half of Ashville College’s A-Level students have achieved at least an A* or A in this year’s exams which also recorded the College’s best-ever value added results at A Level.
Whilst 62 per cent of all exam results were graded A* - B, the overall pass rate was 96 per cent, with 54 per cent of those sitting their exams achieving an A* or A grade in at least one subject. With value added results improving year on year at A Level, this year’s value-added outcome for the College was double its previous best, achieved last year.
Ashville College’s headline figures for 2014 A-Level results are:
34 per cent of all results were A*- A, 16 per cent of students passing with straight A*s and/or A’s and a record value added score at A Level for the third year running.
While many students achieved multiple A* grades, William Dyson topped the list achieving four A*s grades.
And there was cause for a triple celebration when triplets Alex, George and Zoe Ellaby passed ten A-Levels between them. Alex achieved three As, brother George an A and three Bs and sister Zoe an A and two Bs.
Ashville College Headmaster Mark Lauder, said: “Yet we again we are extremely pleased with this year’s A-Level results, which demonstrates the hard work put in by our students over the last two years.
“I’d also like to pay tribute to my colleagues on the teaching staff who have nurtured, encouraged and inspired these sixth formers through their studies – the record value added results underline this.
“These results reinforce our growing reputation as a school that is committed to rigour and excellence in academic performance as an integral part the full and rounded education we give our students.
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