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Some of the students who gained seven A grades or better at GCSE - View Full Size Image
Some of the students who gained seven A grades or better at GCSE
Girls who gained seven A grades or better at GCSE (missing: Kirstie Brown and Carmen Owens) - View Full Size Image
Girls who gained seven A grades or better at GCSE (missing: Kirstie Brown and Carmen Owens)
Boys who gained seven A grades or better at GCSE (missing: Matthew Catterson, Cathal Kearney and Dara McGoldrick) - View Full Size Image
Boys who gained seven A grades or better at GCSE (missing: Matthew Catterson, Cathal Kearney and Dara McGoldrick)
Students who gained seven A* grades or better at GCSE - View Full Size Image
Students who gained seven A* grades or better at GCSE
Fionnuala Keane and Cabrina Farren, both of whom gained ten A* grades at GCSE, with College Principal Mr M James - View Full Size Image
Fionnuala Keane and Cabrina Farren, both of whom gained ten A* grades at GCSE, with College Principal Mr M James
24/08/2017 LORETO COLLEGE CELEBRATES GCSE EXCELLENCE

There was great cause for celebration at Loreto College Coleraine with the publication of the GCSE results on Thursday 24th August.  The GCSE students of 2017 kept pace with the previous two year groups, attaining some of Loreto College’s best ever results.

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

‘Once again, I am truly delighted by the outstanding set of results achieved by our GCSE students this year. Their performances in all the key indicators used by the Department of Education has been excellent, with 99.1% of all students achieving five or more grades A* -C, 94.7% of all students achieving seven or more grades A*-C, including English and Mathematics and 69% of students achieving 7 or more A*-B grades.

‘Our students have also performed exceptionally well in the top grades achieved this year, with 44% of all grades achieved being A or A* and 78% of all grades achieved being grade B or better. These results compare very favourably with the wonderful results achieved by our GCSE pupils in the previous two years, making them one of the best ever sets of results.

‘I would like to congratulate the students and their teachers on achieving such a superb set of results. They all deserve great credit for their hard work and dedication throughout the past two years and I am delighted by this continued success for the school.’