87% A-C grades at Cambridge House Grammar

Dessie Blackadder


Dessie Blackadder

CAMBRIDGE House Grammar School pupils attained a highly impressive 87% A*-C pass rate in this year’s A2 Level examination results.

Just under half of the cohort achieved three A*/B grades. Eighteen subjects achieved 100% pass rates at A*-C grades.

Overall the school can also record a 100% pass rate for ‘A’Level pupils A*-E grades.

The NI GCE average for Grammar schools normally falls within 76/77% for 3 A*-C grades.

Special mention must be made of Libby Stewart who achieved 4 A* grades (Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics and Physics).

This superb academic achievement by Year 14 pupils is a follow through from their excellent GCSE successes. The high level exam results are, in part, the outcome of a longer term development process strategy, where individual pupil profiles are used to provide for a tailored curriculum and a sound work ethic.

Principal, Mrs Lutton, offered congratulations to all the pupils.

She attributed their success not only to their own hard work but also to the support of their parents.

She also expressed thanks to the teaching and non-teaching staff for their ongoing professional commitment and loyalty to the young people of Cambridge House Grammar School.

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