Smiles were all around at Caereinion High School as students celebrated their A Levels results and getting into their first choice university.

Headteacher Iona Davies said Caereinion students achieved "very pleasing" A level, BTEC and Welsh Baccalaureate results.

A total of 82.8% of students gained two or more grades at A* to C 

This year, a record number of Caereinion High School Sixth Form students won entrance scholarships to various universities.

Ms Davies said: “It is gratifying to note that almost all students have secured their first choice of Higher Education institution.

"High standards have been maintained at all levels, resulting in students reaching the necessary standards to pursue the path of their choice at the next level.

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Rhys Gittins won an entrance scholarship earlier this year. (Picture: Caereinion High School)

"I would like to congratulate staff and students for working so avidly in order to realise these results – supported, as always, by parents, governors and the wider school community.

"We also warmly congratulate seven of our students who have won entrance scholarships to various universities.

"As a school we wish the class of 2018 every success towards the future.”

 

Elan Duggan, Gemma Owen, Rhys Green, Will Evans, Huw Davies and Rhys Gittins won entrance scholarships to a number of universities. (Picture: Phil Blagg.PB209)