Students at Heathfield Community College are celebrating after achieving the best grades ever.
Apprehensive students gathered at the school campus today (Thursday August 15) to collect their A level results.
Students achieved a 58% pass rate in A*-B grades and 87% of the grades were A*-C.
Barry Howard, Head of Sixth Form, said: “By the government standard measure, they achieved 58% A*-B grades and 87% of the grades were A*-C. We are thrilled.”
Of the many students with outstanding results, Amy Lloyd-Stubbs, Ben Parkes and Alastair White achieved three A*s.
Kelly-Anne Bray, Alex Goodsell and Jamie King-Cox got two A*s and an A.
Others with at least three A*s and As included Greg Ball, Charlie Killick, Kerry Pert, Adam
Davis, Hannah Mitchell, and Ebony Wong.
Headteacher, Alan Powell, said: “We have a strong sense of responsibility to our students in terms of sending them into their futures with the best possible preparation.
“These A Level results celebrate the achievement of all whether they go onto university, apprenticeships or the world of work. My sincere congratulations to them all.”