St Columba’s College pupils achieve 100 per cent pass rate in A Level exams

Leo Harris (left) and Arman Jena were delighted with their results

Leo Harris (left) and Arman Jena were delighted with their results - Credit: Archant

St Columba’s College in St Albans has celebrated a 100 per cent pass rate with this year’s A Level results.

Most of the students were accepted by their first choice of university with 75 per cent of pupils achieving grades A* - C grades.

A further 44 per cent attained A* - B grades and head boy, Leo Harris, will be attending Durham University after receiving two A*s.

A spokesperson for the school said: “The governors, headmaster and staff are extremely pleased with the results and would like to congratulate the students on the quality of their results, which is a testimony to their talent and hard work.

“The headmaster would also like to thank the staff whose dedication and expertise were justly rewarded.”

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