GRACE Academy sixth form students celebrate 100 per cent pass rate as grades rise for the fourth year running.
Performance highlights across Grace Academy Solihull’s Post-16 Centre also include a rise to 94 per cent of students achieving three A levels or equivalents.
Students at the academy in Chapelhouse Road, Chelmsley Wood, also achieved a 100 per cent pass rate in all vocational subjects.
Among the subject areas celebrating particular success were art and maths.
The majority of the academy’s students are celebrating outstanding achievement including Ryan McGibbon who got a distinction and B, B, C grades at A Level, and said: “I am extremely pleased with my results and now have lots of options available to me.
“I would like to thank the staff at Grace Academy for all their support throughout my studies.”
Faye Butler who achieved A, A, B grades, which was well above what she expected, said: “I’m really pleased with my results and glad the hard work has paid off.”
All of Grace Academy Solihull’s students who applied, were successful in securing a place at their chosen university. Commenting on the Academy’s continued improvements, Kelly Williams, assistant principal, Post-16, said: “Students have demonstrated their commitment throughout the year. They have achieved the results they deserve, and I am very proud of them all.
“We have continued to make changes here at Grace Academy Post-16 Centre which we know will lead to increasing outstanding life opportunities for our students.
“The results demonstrate that with the right level of support and guidance, our students really can flourish and achieve some great results.
“We wish them well on their future journey, whether that is university, an apprenticeship or the start of their careers.”