TWENTY SIX students achieved at least three A grades in their A Levels at Alcester Grammr School as pupils received their results.
In total 61 per cent of entries were graded A*- B, and 87.5 per cent were graded A*-C.
Principal Clive Sentance said there were numerous other personal successes across the A level ability range and virtually all students were set for a destination of their choice.
“Alcester Grammar School would like to congratulate its departing class of 2019 on their many achievements over 13 years of education, and wish them all the very best as they head on to whatever they do next,” he said.
“Whether it’s further study at university or college, a degree level apprenticeship, or an action-packed gap year, our alumni have a world of opportunity opening up as a result of all their hard work in developing their knowledge, talents and skills.
“Not only have they achieved some superb results, but as a group they have shown tenacity, character, resilience and kindness. It’s been a team effort and everyone associated with the school – parents, staff and students – can be justifiably proud of their contribution. “
With over two thirds of this A level cohort joining from other schools after GCSEs, the school is renowned for its broad offer of subjects, outstanding teaching and happy environment.