KING David High School students enjoyed another successful year of A-level results yesterday, achieving a 96.8 per cent pass rate.
This was, however, a slight drop on the previous year’s 99.4 per cent pass rate.
More than half of the pupils achieved A* to B results, with at least 20 per cent scoring A* to A results.
Asher Lesin-Davies received A* and two Bs. He will be reading international law and globalisation at the University of Birmingham.
Taylor Moss got one A and two Bs, but is undecided as to his next educational move.
Emmanuel Akhidenor, Abigail Birch, Jessica Lower and Hannah Jones all obtained three As, while Harmony Atkinson and Thomas Bateman received three Bs.
Peter Higgins will be reading mechatronic and robotic engineering at the University of Sheffield after getting three A*s, while Joel Doherty got A*, A and a B.
Kathryn Keane and Shaun Smyth got one A and two Bs, while classmates Parshant Patel received two As and one B — as did Joseph Ryan.
Michael Jones will be reading political science and philosophy at the University of Birmingham thanks to his two As and two Bs.
Matthew Lawrenson’s one A*, two As and a B gained him his place at the University of Leeds to read law.
Rhys Rodriguez received one A* and two Bs, Chloe Ross got one A* and three As while Jonathan Stevens and Charlotte Von Bargen both received three Bs.
And in Manchester, King David High School pupil Ruth Sultman received 3 A*s.
The daughter of Nicola and Elliot Sultman, of Liverpool, will be going to Leeds College of Art to read fine art.