St. Ignatius gets top results

A significant number of St.
Ignatius students achieved excellent examination results at IGCSE, AS and A
Level. 

Year 11 graduates Kelcey Huggins
and Luckshi Maheswaran each earned five A* grades and four A grades in
achieving nine higher passes at IGCSE. 
Other students achieving eight or nine higher passes were Sasha Veeran,
Danielle Borden, Kayla Torres, Zachary Choudhury, Alia Huizinga-Wright, Alyssa
Chin, Chloe Tathum, Nicole Giuffre, Josani Schneider, Jonathan Rowe, Kody
Bergstrom and Jerdana Wood.

There were also some outstanding
performances at AS (Advanced Subsidiary) and A2 (A Level). Year 13 graduate
Stuart Jennings now on his way to Oxford University earned three top notch A
Level passes with A* grades in both English Literature and Physics and an A
grade in Mathematics. Other Year 13 students earning three higher passes at A
Level were:  Renee Prendergast, Brittany
Hildebrand-Borden, Madalena Alves, Stephany Durksen, Jordan McErlean, Daegan
McLaughlin, Thomas Cowan, Matthew Day, Terrence Choudhury, and Rachelle Rivers.

Year 12 student Michael Sun led the
way with four AS higher passes, including A grades in Biology and Physics.  Yannick Whorms and Katie Fleming also earned
four higher AS passes.  Pupils with three
higher passes at AS were:  Zacharie
Caudeiron, Matthew McTaggart, Alex Hennings, Kelsie McLean, Diana Kleinworth,
Gabriela Roberts, John Fawkes, Tyler Phillips, Anastasia Douglas, Kelly Sun,
and Elena McDonough.  Zacharie earned A
grades in Biology and French, while Matthew earned A grades in Physics and
Chemistry.

Head of Sixth Form, Jennifer Artuch
offered her congratulations and noted that the newly constructed Sixth Form
Centre will afford the Year 12 and 13 students more space for study and
research.

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