At Dereham Sixth Form College we are immensely proud of our students.
The % of A*-C has risen from 76% last year to a six-year high of 81%.
Jonathan Atkin, co-director of Dereham Sixth Form College, said: “We are immensely proud of our students. The results achieved reflect the hard work and dedication the students have put in over the past two years, supported by our talented and dedicated staff.”
Individual highlights included Kevin Chow who achieved four A*s and is off to Cambridge University to read Economics and Ollie Rose who achieved A* in English Literature, Distinction in BTEC Music and two As in History and Philosophy & Ethics. Ollie will study Music at Lincoln University.
Emma Ashley will be reading Classical Studies with Philosophy at Exeter University from September after achieving an A* in her EPQ as well as an A in Psychology and a B in both English Literature and Philosophy & Ethics.
Connor Houghton is heading to Loughborough University to study Sports Management after achieving a triple Distinction in BTEC Sport and a B in Business Studies.
Mr Atkin added: “We would like to wish all our students every happiness and success in their future studies and careers. This year’s results indicate great achievement enabling our students the opportunity to follow their chosen future pathways, including joining some of the top universities both in the UK and USA.”
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