Many Sussex Coast College Hastings (SCCH) students are celebrating after receiving their A-Level results today (Thursday, August 13).
The college saw almost all subjects gaining 100 per cent pass rate with a six per cent increase on A*- C grades from last year.
SCCH students secured an exceptional pass rate on the range of A-Level subjects offered by the college, with over a third of students gaining A*-B grade at A2 level.
Ben Tomkins was amongst the most relieved student in the room, securing his place at Falmouth University to study film in September.
“I have been up all night worrying about my results,” he said.
“I am so relieved to have secured my place at Falmouth to study film.
“I will be celebrating tonight!”
Art & design, English and mathematics did exceptionally well with nearly all students achieving grades A*- C.
Head of sixth form at SCCH Jim Sharpe said: “Our learners and teachers have worked extremely hard for this success and we are delighted with their achievements in both the first and second year of the programmes.
“SCCH would like to congratulate all students on their outstanding achievements this year.”
Principal Clive Cooke said ‘The excellent results provide compelling evidence that SCCH is the place to study A-Levels.
“Our teaching is outstanding and the results reflect this.”
SCCH has seen an increase in applications for A-Level courses over recent months and is about to start enrolments for the new academic year.
If you would like to study at the college, or have any questions about A-Levels, you can contact student services on 01424 458 465.
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