The Marist School celebrates another year of fantastic A Level Grades
The Marist School, Ascot celebrates another sweep of excellent A Level results, achieving 72% A* to B and a 100% pass rate, with 88% of students securing their first choice at top universities including, Birmingham, Durham, Exeter, Nottingham, Royal Veterinary College, Southampton, and York.
These results represent some impressive individual achievements, including:
Misha, Head Girl – A* A* B and A* EPQ, Theology and Religion at Durham
Connie – A A A and A* EPQ, Archaeology and Ancient Civilisations at Durham
Scarlett – A A B and A* EPQ, Politics and International Relations at Bath
Misha is over the moon with her results. Her parents reflect on the past eight years, saying, ‘Older students were great role models to Misha, and we hope she will have had the same effect as Head Girl and proud Marist student. Everything she has learnt in this great institution will stand her in good stead’.
Further university destinations to note include:
Dani – Law at Exeter
Amelie – History at York
Charlotte – Psychology and Cognitive Neuroscience at Nottingham
Our students have also excelled beyond the typical three A Levels, securing 100% A*s in the Level 3 Extended Project Qualification (EPQ). The EPQ, a self-directed project which allows students to research a topic of interest beyond the curriculum, is an extremely popular extra amongst students. This year’s results maintain our success in the qualification year on year.
Principal Mrs Jo Smith comments:
‘We are delighted with this year’s A Level results. Our students have performed outstandingly and are a credit to the school and our community. I would like to congratulate this year’s cohort for their achievements which are testament to their hard work over the past two years. With the support of their families and dedicated teachers, they have built a strong set of qualifications, which I know, alongside the critical thinking and problem-solving skills they have gained, will open many doors for their next chapter. We look forward to seeing their future successes’.