BEXHILL College is celebrating 20 years of achieving outstanding A Level results after delivering another set of top marks from the class of 2013.
Initial indications are that the college’s A Level pass rate for this academic year stand at around 98 per cent. Bexhill College had more than 1,050 A Level entries this summer in 45 subjects. Hard working students did not disappoint and achieved over 74 per cent A* to C with 44 per cent of the passes awarded the top A*, A or B grades. In all, 34 of these subjects achieved an impressive 100 per cent pass rate, including Chemistry, Biology, English Literature and Geography.
College Principal, Karen Hucker, said they are extremely pleased with this year’s results. “The performance has been outstanding and reflects an incredible amount of hard work by students, teachers and a lot of support from parents. We are delighted that so many students have achieved fantastic success with us at Bexhill College. These achievements will provide students with significant opportunities in the future and we are very proud of each and every individual performance.”
A college spokesman said: “There were many incredible individual achievements across a whole range of academic and vocational subjects. As usual, a significant number of students achieved straight A grades in all exams taken in both AS and A2 subjects. “This success continues Bexhill College’s long history of academic achievement and confirms its status as the top performing college in the area and one of the best colleges in Sussex.
“These results have brought a pleasing conclusion to a very successful year.”