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

PUBLISHED: 15:38 18 August 2016 | UPDATED: 15:51 18 August 2016

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

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


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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