High pass rate at Stanborough School in Welwyn Garden City

PUBLISHED: 11:57 14 August 2008 | UPDATED: 22:09 26 October 2009

99 per cent of pupils at Stanborough School in WGC passed with at least two A-levels. Headteacher Peter Brown said: Students are celebrating their best ever A and As level results this year. At A-level, over 43 per cent of the results were A and B

99 per cent of pupils at Stanborough School in WGC passed with at least two A-levels.

Headteacher Peter Brown said: "Students are celebrating their best ever A and As level results this year.

"At A-level, over 43 per cent of the results were A and B grades.

"The average points score was the school's highest ever, at 668, while the average points score for girls was a remarkable 723.

"Particular congratulations should go to Ashia Stenhouse, headboy Joe Hague and Emily Duffell, all of whom gained three grade As.

""At As level, 40 per cent of the results were A and B grades, with an average points score per student of 300 - our highest ever.

"Notable results were received by Jonathan Elliott (4 grade As), Ioanna Drymoni and Natasha Gasson (4 As and a B), Tom Bensley and Victoria Edgerley-Andrews (3 As and a B) and Laurie Goodman (3 As and a C).

"We offer our congratulations to our students and their teachers for their hard work, and recognise the important support of families at this important time for students.

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