ST Joseph’s College, Coleraine, students celebrated their outstanding success on Thursday last with the publication of their A-level results.
ighty-eight percent of students achieved at least two ‘A’ levels with over 63% achieving three ‘A’ level grades.
Significantly, the majority of the grades achieved lay within A to C boundary grades.
Individually, Mathew Cichy, a Polish student who joined the college in 2009, was awarded an A* grade, two A grades and a B grade.
As in previous years these results open up career paths both to university and to the labour market. Principal, Ronnie Kelly, said: “The recipe for success is founded in the quality of learning and teaching established in the college.
“The dedication of staff and the diligence of pupils have fostered pupil self-esteem and continues to raise the bar regarding the expectation of success.”