Top class results for Loreto students

A level students from Loreto College Coleraine have achieved the best results seen in the college in the past three years.

An impressive total of 86% of the Year 14 class of 2012 gained three or more grade A*-C results at A level, with a total of 27 students gaining three grade A results or better.

The 27 students gaining ‘straight As’ were: Caoimhe Bond, Ciara Brankin, Anna Breslin, Michael Cheuk, Eoin Cunning, Dhruv Dahiya, Conal Gormley, Jordan Hardyway, Hannah Janes, Emma Kelly, Mary Kate Mackle, Daniel McAleese, Ruairi McAuley, Thomas McCloskey, James McCullagh, Niamh McGahon, Aodhan McIlvenny, Megan McLaughlin, Orlagh McNicholl, Maria Mooney, Hannah Morren, Shannon Mullan, Eimear O’Kane , Megan O’Kane, Terese Rafferty, and Bronagh Ward.

Of all A level grades gained by the Loreto College Year 14 students of 2012, 13.1% of grades were A*, 47.8% of grades were A or better, while 78%.6 of grades were B or better.

Among the top achievers at Loreto College were Caoimhe Bond, who gained four A* grades in Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics and Physics and grade A at AS in Further Maths.

Mary Kate Mackle, meanwhile, gained three A* grades in Biology, Mathematics and Physics and a grade A in Chemistry, while Natalie Costello gained three A* grades in Biology, Economics and Geography and a grade A in Chemistry. Caoimhe, Mary Kate and Natalie were among ten students from Loreto College who gained two or more of the coveted A* grades.

Mr Michael James, Principal of Loreto College, commented that he was absolutely delighted with the results achieved by the A level students of 2012, which were a deserved reward for the students’ hard work, effort and enthusiasm during their A level years and throughout their time at Loreto.

Mr James also paid tribute to the members of the Loreto College staff who had dedicated so much effort and expertise in guiding the students towards these outstanding results.

On behalf of everyone at Loreto College, Mr James congratulated the A level students on their tremendous results and wished them every success in their next steps to university and beyond.