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Some of the 27 students who achieved three A grades or better at A Level - View Full Size Image
Some of the 27 students who achieved three A grades or better at A Level
Girls who achieved three A grades or better at A Level - View Full Size Image
Girls who achieved three A grades or better at A Level
Boys who achieved three A grades or better at A Level - View Full Size Image
Boys who achieved three A grades or better at A Level
Emma Crossley, Sean Quinn, Mark Cassidy and Maggie McBride, who all achieved three A* grades or better at A Level - View Full Size Image
Emma Crossley, Sean Quinn, Mark Cassidy and Maggie McBride, who all achieved three A* grades or better at A Level
Students who sat 4 or 5 subjects at A Level, all achieving at least 3 A grades - View Full Size Image
Students who sat 4 or 5 subjects at A Level, all achieving at least 3 A grades
17/08/2017 LORETO COLLEGE CELEBRATES BEST EVER A LEVEL RESULTS

Loreto College Coleraine has been celebrating its best ever A Level results, with students from the College surpassing the A Level performance of every other year group in the school’s history.

Speaking on A Level results day, Loreto College Principal Mr Michael James said:

‘I am absolutely delighted with the performance of our ‘A’ Level students who, this year, have produced our best set of A Level results ever. Every pupil achieved passes in all of their subjects, with an outstanding 91.3% achieving three or more grades A* - C. 47% of all grades achieved by our students were A* or A grades and over 80% of all grades achieved were a grade B or better.

‘This is a fantastic reward for all of our students and their teachers and I am delighted that we have been able to build on a very successful set of results from last year. Among our top performers, twenty-seven students achieved the fantastic standard of 3 A grades or better, with Maggie McBride, Mark Cassidy, Emma Crossley and Sean Quinn achieving three A* grades or better.

‘I congratulate all our students and their teachers for these wonderful results and thank them for their hard work and dedication throughout the past year.’