Delight for Roundwood Park A-level students

PUBLISHED: 15:04 16 August 2012

Kara Verkroost who will be going to Oxford to study Economics having gained 3 A*s at A Level

Kara Verkroost who will be going to Oxford to study Economics having gained 3 A*s at A Level


Harpenden’s Roundwood Park school is delighted to have achieved its best ever set of A Level results.

Head teacher Alan Hensall said: “Students of all abilities performed very well in terms of meeting their targets and reaching their chosen destinations whether they are students with aspirations of going to university or students who have chosen to pursue other routes.

“We are proud of the young men and women that our students have become and I wish them well in the future. I would like to congratulate them on their hard work and dedication and thank all teaching and support staff of Roundwood Park School who have helped make all this possible for them.

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