Students at Colyton Grammar School are celebrating an outstanding set of A-level results.
Almost 70% of grades awarded were either A* or A (90% A*/A/B), enabling students to gain coveted places on some of the most prestigious courses at top universities. This represents an increase on last year, and reflects all the hard work put in by a talented group of students. The average UCAS points score per entry, and per student also increased.
35 of the 109 students achieved 4 or more A*/A grades and Headteacher Jayne Wainwright, highlighted the wide range of subjects and courses that students are moving on to.
14 students are expected to study at Cambridge (8) or Oxford (6), 10 students will study medicine, 2 will study veterinary science, and 1 has gained a place at the Royal College of Music. 9 will study Politics/Economics, 8 Engineering and, bucking the national trend, 7 will read Modern Foreign Languages.