Grace Academy Coventry celebrates student achievements at A Level

100% OF GRACE ACADEMY COVENTRY STUDENTS WHO APPLIED, SECURED A PLACE AT UNIVERSITY

Grace Academy Coventry’s Post-16 centre is celebrating some outstanding individual achievements, as 100% of students who applied, secured a place at university.

Among the subject performance highlights was a 100% pass rate in A Level Photography, Maths and Psychology, as well as in BTEC Sport, reflecting the attitude, commitment and sheer amount of work students put in.  The Academy also achieved a 100% pass rate in the consortium subjects for French and Sociology.

Many students are celebrating individual performance successes including Finn Marum, who achieved A*, B, and two Distinction grades in French, English Literature, Drama and Music, and secured a place on his chosen course to study History at University.  Finn said:

”I’m so happy I got an A* in French! I don’t know yet what I’d like to do in life but in September I’m going to be going on to study French and History at Kent University.”

Bethuel Ahoua, another one of the Academy’s top performers for academic A Levels who secured ABBC grades in Chemistry, Biology, Maths and Psychology, securing a place on his chosen University course to study Pharmacy, commented:

”I’m relieved about my results and pleased that I’ve been accepted into my University of choice. I’m most happy about my chemistry result as I got an A.”

Deyal Gill who achieved A and B grades in Sport and Science has secured his first choice to study Business at University. A delighted Deyal said:

”If there was one word to describe how I’m feeling right now it’s relieved! I got an A and a B, which means I can go on to study at my university of choice.”

Deja Whorms who studied Fine Art, Photography, and Health & Social studies, commented:

”I’m really pleased with my results, but most proud of my photography result. I want to be an illustrator and am excited to have been accepted to study Illustration Graphics at Coventry University in September.”

Commenting on the Academy’s Post-16 achievements, Anu Monga, Principal, added:

“Many congratulations to all our students who succeeded in securing a place a university. This year we have been working at a fast pace to put in the ground work required to secure the necessary improvements and encourage our students to surpass their potential.  We are fully staffed for September with each team member well-qualified and an expert in their field, and we will be launching new initiatives in the Autumn to enable students to thrive academically and socially, raising their aspirations and motivating them to materialise their dreams.”