There were celebrations at school after pupils gained some excellent A Level results
|15 Aug 2019|
St Albans High School for Girls (STAHS) is celebrating fantastic A Level results, with 90% of pupils achieving grades A*-B and 97% grades A*-C. 24% of girls gained two or more A* grades, while 13% gained at least three A* grades.
Summary of A Level results as they stand:
Jenny Brown, headmistress at STAHS, commented: “We congratulate our year 13 leavers on their excellent A level results. We celebrate the hard work and talents of individual pupils and the warm commitment of the whole School community which supported them. It is a wonderful reflection of pupils’ potential. These strong and hardworking young women leave with minds trained on their next scholarly adventure and with all the energetic spirit and integrity that made them such a fun year-group to work with. We wish them the very best of luck in the next stage of their education and lives.”
For full details of the results, please visit the main school website.
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