The King Alfred School Academy students in Highbridge are again celebrating an excellent set of A Level results.
There were again exceptional results for students in one of the best school-based sixth forms in the south west.
The wonderful achievements mean the students are again preparing to head off to a range of top universities across the UK.
Rhiana Sinclair was one of the celebrating students. She achieved A* B and B and will now study psychology at the University of Bath.
She said: “I am so excited. I am overwhelmed but over the moon. I worked as hard as I could and am really happy.”
Others celebrating with their destination university include:
Sophie Butt AAC: English Literature, University of Exeter
Kody Crosby ABC: History, Lancaster University
Ferhat Dogan BBB: Neuroscience, University of Exeter
Ella Rose Dollery Distinction*BB Primary Teaching, Brighton
Charlie Dymond: ABC Maths, University of Exeter
Michael Hainsby: AAB Chemical Engineering, Birmingham University
Keziah Johnson: ABB History, University of Cardiff
Jack Richards: AAB Astrophysics, University of Exeter
Megan Richards: ABB English Literature, University of York
Tom Sala-Rich: ABD French, Spanish and Russian, Cardiff University
Alex Vowles: AAC History, University of Nottingham.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson visited the school in July and met A Level History students and Jill Dando reporters.
Principal Nathan Jenkins said: “We are again thrilled with our A Level results which have improved again this year seeing the number of students achieving good A Level grades up by over 5%.
“Our students have worked incredibly hard and we are thrilled that their efforts have been rewarded with such brilliant results.
“Many of them are now able to go on and study at the universities of their choosing or move into apprenticeships or the workplace following their success.”
Head of Sixth Form Jonathan Gaskell said: ”’Another fine set of A level results means that our students continue the tradition of going off to the top universities across the UK, from Exeter to University College London and from Warwick to Lancaster.
“All our hard working students deserve praise for getting through a tough set of examinations and we wish them all the best for their future careers.”
TKASA is an inspirational academy run by The Priory Learning Trust and has had a brilliant year full of good news.