Pupils at Kent College, Canterbury have been celebrating some excellent results in their A Levels and Cambridge Technicals today. Earlier in the summer the IB students received some equally impressive grades.
Head of Kent College, Mark Turnbull said: “We are all delighted with the results that the students have achieved. Without exception it has allowed them to go on to pursue their ambitions beyond school. We are particularly proud of the diversity of choices they have made about their pathways. It is a testament to the resilience and confidence that they have developed in themselves over the past two years of the sixth form.”
Some of our students have told us about their individual journeys at KC to becoming confident young adults and starting the next stage in their life journey.
James is a keen hockey player and achieved exceptional A Level results of A* A* A. He will be heading off to Exeter University to read Business and Economics
Max one of our Student Head’s of School
Psychology at Warwick having achieved A* and double distinction the equivalent of 3 A*s. Contributed so much to the sporting community of the school, cricket, hockey and netball
A level Drama and PE and the Pre U in Art and Design. She has always played an energetic role in drama productions and is following her passion to study Musical Theatre at the University of Chichester. In her spare time, she has contributed heavily to KC Farm and been a Safe Space advocate, as well as Deputy Head Student this year.
Was offered a place at The University of Bristol but has chosen the highly competitive route of a Ministry of Defence degree apprenticeship for Engineering. He has achieved straight A grades in his subjects Maths, Physics and DT. Oliver is going to read Aeronautical Engineering at Imperial College London as part of his degree apprenticeship.
Brynn turned down a place at the University of Cambridge to go to the top US college Cornell University - a prestigious Ivy League institution, to study Engineering. She achieved A*, A*, A, B in her A Levels.