Portadown College is delighted to celebrate an excellent examination series for its Sixth Formers.
At A2 Level, an impressive 42% of all grades achieved were A* or A, with 92% of grades awarded at A* – C.
Special congratulations go to the following Year 14 students on their exceptional personal successes at A Level:
Matthew Doyle- 3A*s/1A and Joshua Herron- 2A*s/2As.
The following students also secured outstanding achievements: Charlotte Eagle and Tommy McCallen – 3 A*s.
A number of students attained a minimum of two A* grades: Isaac Baird, Jessie Best, Andrew Corry, Thea Liggett, Rebecca Livingstone, Amelia Thompson and Ben Crooks.
College Principal, Miss Gillian Gibb, commented: “On behalf of the Senior Leadership Team and Board of Governors, I extend heartfelt congratulations to all of our Year 14 leavers on their most worthy achievements, individually and collectively. Considering the significant disruption that this cohort endured during their GCSE years due to the pandemic, our students have displayed considerable resilience, commitment and adaptability to secure such strong outcomes at A Level.
Special thanks also to PC’s teaching and support staff for their magnificent efforts to ensure that the A2 class of 2023 availed of a high calibre educational experience throughout their College career. The unwavering encouragement of our staff, parents and carers has contributed immeasurably to such successful outcomes.
On behalf of the entire College community, very best wishes to the A Level class of 2023 for health, happiness and fulfilment in their future pathways.
“Similarly, our Year 13 cohort attained an excellent set of AS results, with a superb tally of 42% A grades.
Congratulations to our top AS performers, all of whom achieved 4 A grades: Rachel Abraham, Matthew Alhadeff, Jude Allen, Amy Barron, James Chamberlain, Hope Collins, Sarah Cosgrove, Naomi Dundas, Matthew Dunlop, Grace Eagle, Rachel Finlay, Jack Gibson, Daniel Gillis, Charlie Givans, Matthew Hanna, Becky Irwin, Ben Irwin, Sofija Kaniauskaite, Lois McCammon, Jayne McCusker, Alasdair McGuinness, John McQuitty, Anna Mills, Emily Moore, Lola Morton, Jude Robinson, Adomas Silinskas, Frances Smith, Rhianna Stewart.”
A further 26 students in the cohort achieved 3 A grades.
In commending the excellent grades attained by Year 13, Miss Gibb expressed best wishes to PC’s AS students for the forthcoming academic year: “Our Year 13 students should be proud of their achievements and heartened by the strong foundations for success at A2 which they have secured. Very best wishes to our returning students for their Year 14 courses.”