Latest NewsPosted on: 20/08/2015
A-Level Results - August 2015
Loreto Grammar School's A Level stars were jumping for joy after their record results. The Catholic girls’ School saw 74% of all grades at A* to B up from last year and the best on record at the top Altrincham School.
Pictured from left to right are: Ana Fernandez, 18, from Sale, who got three A*s and is going up to Oxford to study Chemistry. Sophia Liu, 18, who got four A*s and will be going to Leeds to read Natural Sciences. Compassionate Sophia won Wythenshawe Hospital's unsung hero award for her work with older people with dementia spending many hours talking with and learning from local people while studying for her A Levels. Mary Timms, 18, from Lymm, who got three A*s and will be going to Durham to study Mathematics. Eilis McGee, 18, from Sale, who got two A*s and one A and will go to Reading to study Art and English Literature. Hannah Dawson, 18, from Timperley, who got three A*s and goes up to Cambridge to study History eventually hoping to enter Parliament. Alex Patching, 18, from Stockport, who got two A*s and three As and goes to Imperial College to study Chemical Engineering. Sarah McKay, 18, from Hazel Grove, who got three As and is to study Nursing at Liverpool. Emma Tierney, 18, from Warrington, who got three A*s and is going to Imperial College London to study Aeronautical Engineering. Jess Iliff, 18, from Appleton, who got three As and is going to the world-renowned London College of Fashion. Ellie Hughes, 18, from Sale, who got an A* and two A grades and is going to Durham to study Biological Sciences and Georgia Clark, 18, from Sale, who is going to King's College London to study Geography.
Loreto Grammar School's Headteacher Mrs Beever said: “This is an extremely strong year of highly talented and hard-working young women who have met our and, much more importantly, their own expectations. It's been a sheer delight to work with them over so many years and we know they will progress to make a hugely positive contribution both to university life and to society.”
In the words of our Founder Mary Ward, ‘No half measures, No half women’.
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