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Brockhill Park Performing Arts College: 'Best A-Levels in 3 years"

By Sean Axtell

Pupils at a performing arts college achieved the best A Levels in 3-years, a headteacher has said. 

Brockhill Park Performing Arts College, in Sandling Road, Hythe, bagged 66 percent at A*-C, with 27 per cent scoring 27 percent at A*-A grade. 

Principal Sonette Schwartz said: "We are proud of all our year 13 students of who most are going on to their chosen destinations studying a wide variety of courses at different universities.

Josh Warrilow achieved a Distinction in Sport and a B in German

Josh Warrilow achieved a Distinction* in Sport and a B in German

 

"We would like to wish them well for the future and thank them for their hard work and commitment during their time at this school.

"Families and teachers play a crucial role in the success of this school."

She added some of our students achieved "exceptional results".

Libby Kane achieved an A in Art, the Arts Award and a Distinction in Dance

Libby Kane achieved an A in Art, the Arts Award and a Distinction* in Dance

Jasmine Walsh obtained 1B, 1C 2 Distinction* and 1 Merit.

Amy Betteridge 1 A*, 1 Merit and 2 Distinction *.

Rebekah Arnold achieved a C in English Lit, B in Media and Distinction in Drama

Rebekah Arnold achieved a C in English Lit, B in Media and Distinction* in Drama

 

Megan Parrott obtained an A grade and 2 B’s at A Level and Amber Cowell achieved 2 B’s and 1 C. 

Max Wilson achieved 3 C grades and Josh Warrilow obtained 1 Distinction, 1 Distinction* and 1 B grade.

Grace Day achieved an A in the Extended Project, B in Media and a Distinction in Drama

Grace Day achieved an A in the Extended Project, B in Media and a Distinction* in Drama

Pupil Josh Warrilow praised his teachers adding he is "happy with my results and excited about the future."

Pupils celebrate latest grades

Pupils celebrate latest grades

Classmate Libby Kane added: "I’m really happy and am looking forward to taking the next step in my life."

Ms Schwarz gave thanks to parents for their support and teachers' "unstinting dedication." 

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