Staff and students at Haybridge High School, Hagley, were again celebrating success as this year’s A-Level results were published.
The overall pass rate remained high at 99%, while the percentage of A and B grades improved to 47%. Thirty two students achieved the equivalent of 3 A grades at A-Level.
Star students Lucy Pauli, Hannah Phillips and Robin Farmer are now looking forward to attending Oxbridge. Hannah achieved four grade A’s and will go onto study Chemistry at Oxford University. Lucy also achieved four grade A’s and will study Medicine at Cambridge University. Robin has had a gap year and will study Architecture at Cambridge.
Headteacher Caroline Hoddinott was delighted with the results, adding: “All our students have worked tremendously hard and it is wonderful to see so many of them able to pursue their chosen course or employment route.
"We are particularly delighted that our percentage of A and B grades achieved is continuing to improve. My thanks go to the students, their parents and the staff as achievement like this is always a team effort.”