CROMPTON House School students achieved a 99.5 per cent pass rate for all A Levels when results were revealed today. (August 15)
Of those, 22 percent of all A Level grades were A*-A and nearly half of all grades were at A*-B.
Mr. Karl Newell, Headteacher of Crompton House, said: “We are delighted with our A-Level results this year and are immensely proud of the achievements of all of our students.
“These grades are a result of the hard work of, and commitment from, staff, parents and most of all the students who have dedicated themselves to their studies.
“They truly deserve the fantastic results that they have achieved. We are thrilled to see so many of our students succeeding in gaining access to their first-choice destination next year, whether this is at university, a professional apprenticeship or the workplace.
“We share their pride and excitement as they embark on the next phase of their lives and thank them for their significant contribution to school life over the past few years.
“As a school, we are also confident that our outcomes this year will maintain our standing as one of the best school sixth forms in the north west.“
Outstanding results included: Josh McCracken who achieved A*, A*,A, A and will be going on to study experimental psychology at Oxford.
Isobel Catanach achieved A*,A, A, A and is planning do work experience over the coming year in preparation to study to be a vet.
Victoria Dennis achieved A, A, A, A and will be studying physics and astrophysics at Manchester.
Lucy Ashworth achieved A*,A,A,B and will be going on to study geography with sociology at Leeds.
Sadie Kay achieved A, A, B as did Maria Perrins who will begin an apprenticeship in engineering.
Jonathan Lawrence achieved A, A, B, B. Aurooj Iltaf achieved A, A, B and is looking at clearing options to study Law.
Kelsey Openshaw also achieved A, A, B and is taking a gap year. Elizabeth Walsh achieved A*, A*, A and will be going on to study English Literature at York.
Rebecca Wynne achieved A*, B, B and is looking at clearing options to study landscape architecture and design.
Robbie-Ray McBride and Emily Howarth both attained A, B, B and will be going on to an apprenticeship and Lancaster University respectively.