A-Level Results 2014: Oaklands College in St Albans
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Oaklands College in St Albans welcomed a 100 per cent pass rate in 11 A-Level subjects this morning, with one student celebrating securing a place at Cambridge University.
Nicole Creasey achieved two A*s and two As and will go on to study Psychology at the prestigious university.
She said: “I am so pleased I have done well. I have managed to balance my A-Levels with a Pharmacy Technician role and I can’t wait to get to Cambridge.”
Over a third of students achieved grades A*/B and roughly two thirds received A*/C grades.
Aaron Gomez who studied Law, History and Politics and achieved BBA, commented: “Oaklands has changed my life. I have had many personal challenges to overcome but the support I have received has enabled me to fulfil my dream of going to university.”
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Zoe Hancock, principal, said: “We are very proud of the successes of our students this year and I would like to congratulate them all on their achievements and wish them well as they move to university or employment.”
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