Jubilation as Camborne Science and International Academy students receive A-level results (From Falmouth Packet)
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Jubilation as Camborne Science and International Academy students receive A-level results
3:20pm Thursday 15th August 2013 in News
The main hall at Camborne Science and International Academy was filled with a sense of jubilation this morning, as student after student opened their A-Level results and realised they had secured a place at their chosen university.
The academy achieved a 99.04 per cent pass rate across its range of 27 A-level courses, with 52 per cent of grades being A* to B, Ian Kenworthy, principal at Camborne Science and International Academy, said: “The results this year, again, have been absolutely amazing. We’re just so pleased for our students and they’ve got a very bright future ahead.
“What is so nice is that these students have reflected on their time in our sixth form and are appreciative of all the support and guidance they’ve had and we wish them every success; they are very special people.”
Particularly high performers included Conor Hicks who achieved three A* grades in mathematics, further nathematics and physics and a grade A in history. He will read physics with theoretical physics at Manchester University.
Ruth Newing achieved three As in geography, dance and psychology and a B in mathematics to study primary education at Winchester, while Daniel Herring will read natural sciences at Exeter University having secured two A* grades in mathematics and geography, a grade A in biology and a grade B in chemistry.
Connor Valentine achieved grade As in mathematics, further mathematics and physics, plus a grade B in chemistry, Aiden Graham secured A* in religion, philosophy and ethics, a grade A in English and a grade B in biology, and Jasmine-Ann Jeffery achieved an A* in photography, an A in art, a B in applied science and a distinction* in health and social care.
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