ST WILFRID’S CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL AND SIXTH FORM COLLEGE ‘A’ LEVEL RESULTS 2017
Sixth Form Students celebrate their A level and Vocational results
Students at St Wilfrid’s are celebrating today after achieving their ‘A’ Level and Vocational results.
Many of our students performed exceptionally well and they are now accepting their university offers, heading off to all parts of the country to start on their courses.
Outstanding performances include those of:
Korolina Wlodarczyk – who achieved A*; A*; A* and will study Mathematics at Warwick University
Marium Tahir – who achieved A*; A*; A* and will study Economics at the London school of Economics
Claudia Booth – who achieved A; A*; A and will go on to study Law at Liverpool University
Thomas Killoran – who achieved A*; A; A and will go on to study Medicine at Liverpool University
Sinead Lynch – who achieved B; A; A; A* and will go on to study Medicine at Manchester University
Billy Finn – who achieved A; A; B and will go on to study Medicine at Newcastle University
Daniel Barry – who achieved A; A; A and will go on to study Physics at York University
Eden Tolley – who achieved A; A; A; and will go on to study Medicine at St Andrew’s University
Courtney Wallace – who achieved A; B; C and has secured a full scholarship to study Sports Science at the University of North Carolina.
Outstanding Vocational results were achieved across the cohort. Noteworthy performances come from:
Bethany Bradbury who achieved D* in Medical Science, D* in Law and D*D* in Dance
Meg Briant who achieved D* in Medical Science, D* in Law and D*D* Dance
Robyn James who achieved D* in Medical Science and D*D*D* in Health and Social Care and will go on to study Nursing at Huddersfield University
We are delighted with an A Level average points score per entry of 30.46 and an excellent Vocational average points score per entry of 40.45.
Headteacher: Mrs H Gilroy said:
‘Congratulations and well done to all the students on their excellent results. I am delighted that their hard work and commitment has been rewarded. As a Sixth Form College, we are proud that students have the opportunity to study such a wide range of A level and Vocational courses. I would like to take this opportunity to thank all staff and our year 13 students who have contributed so much to the school community over the past few years; we are very proud of all their achievements. We wish all our students every success for the future as they embark on university courses, venture into the world of work or take the opportunity to travel and volunteer.’
St Wilfrid’s welcomes 6th form students from a wide range of local high schools and has a very broad range of courses, including vocational options. Enrolment for sixth form will begin on the 24th of August.