Students and staff at Holsworthy Community College are celebrating a superb set of GCSE results, with many students now due to progress onto their chosen post-16 education, apprenticeship or training provider.
The Year 11 students at the school, which is part of Dartmoor Multi Academy Trust, have achieved some excellent results which reflect the hard work and commitment shown by the students throughout their studies.
Students across the academy performed well, with some of the individual standout achievements including Vladimir Beligolo who achieved grade 9 in biology, mathematics, further mathematics and physics and grade 8 in chemistry and computer science.
Samuel Farmer whose grades included five grade 9s in biology, chemistry, French, mathematics and physics.
Honey Hosie who achieved nine subject grades of a 7 or above, including grade 9 in both English literature and history.
Keira Moran who achieved nine subject grades of a 7 or above, including grade 9 in both art and design and GCSE PE.
James Flowers who achieved on, or above his target grade in all 9 subjects, including a grade 8 in history and English literature.
Max Jackson who achieved on, or above his target grade in all 9 subjects, including a grade 8 in English literature.
Robert Leveson who achieved on, or above his target grade in all 9 subjects, including a grade 8 in religious education.
The school were delighted to see strong performance across a range of curriculum subjects, both GCSE and vocational, demonstrating the challenging yet inclusive curriculum on offer at Holsworthy Community College which enables students to access the next step in their formal education.
Gareth Smith, principal at Holsworthy Community College, said: “We are incredibly proud of every student for their hard work over their five years at Holsworthy Community College, and so pleased to see this reflected through some fantastic results. Our students are our school’s greatest asset and they have been great role models.
“We now have students going on to do apprenticeships, colleges, and join other school sixth forms. We wish them all the very best of luck and we hope to hear about the successes they have later in life.”