Hazelwood Integrated College’s 160 A Level students are celebrating success after achieving 100 per cent success (grades A* - E) in their exams.
Welcoming the results, principal Kathleen O’Hare said: “The results from this diverse group of sixth formers across 27 subjects reflect the hard work of both students and teachers and provide students with the platform to move on to further and higher education as well as employment. These A Levels have afforded students the opportunity to take the next step to university, further education and work. Their course choices range from Law and Criminology, Medicinal Chemistry, Accountancy, Nursing, Health Sciences, Media, Engineering, Drama, Art and Dance.”
Among the college’s top achieving academic subjects were Environmental Technology, Chemistry, History, Media, Art and Design and Moving image Art, with top marks for vocational subjects at A Level in Health and Social Care, ICT, Business Studies, Hospitality and Catering, Business, ICT, Health and Social Care, Moving Image Art, Applied Science and Sports Studies.
“The results prove that whatever your religion at Hazelwood, you can achieve equally well, with both our top performing boys being Protestant and Catholic and the same with our girls,” Mrs O’Hare continued.
“Hazelwood’s reputation for excellence in educating international students has also continued, with many students achieving A*- C results at Advanced Level. Many of these students came to us with little English and yet have achieved top grades at A Level.”
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