A-level results: The Marist SchoolBy Fiona Hannon
August 24, 2012
Girls at the Marist Senior School celebrated as more than half of them gained As or A*s in their A-levels.
Students at the Sunninghill girls school recorded a 100 per cent pass rate, with 58 per cent A*-A grades.
Top results went to Coral Hall-Casserly with two A*s, two As and an extra AS level.
She’s off to Warwick University to study maths.
Pupils Ysabelle Embury-Young and Catherine Serjeant both achieved two A*s, an A, and an extra AS.
Ysabelle is going to read medicine at Birmingham University and Catherine will be going to Exeter to study maths.
Karl McCloskey, headteacher said: “I am delighted the Marist has maintained another fantastic year of results, which demonstrate the students high standards of academic attainment.
“Yet again the Marist Sixth Form experience has opened the door of opportunity for its students to progress to higher education in Russell Group universities, and universities abroad and within the UK.
“We are proud of all our students and wish them every blessing as they advance onwards and upwards towards the next chapter of their educational formation and personal development.”