By Ballyclare High School on 10 August, 2021
Kathryn Coombs celebrating her fantastic 3 A star grades at A level with her mum.
Dr Rainey congratulates Ballyclare High pupils Megan Stewart, Molly Scott and Rebecca McKenzie on achieving 4 A grades at A2 level.
Dr Rainey and former Head Boy Harry Beckington enjoying his success at A level with an A star, A, and a B grade secured.
Amy McGookin former Head Girl celebrates with Dr Rainey on achieving an A star grade and 2 A grades at A level.
Alex Corr Ballyclare High pupil happy with his three A grades at AS level
Dr Rainey Principal Ballyclare High School congratulates Leah McDonald and Ellen Spence on their achievement of 4 A grades at AS level.
Congratulations to A level students Matthew Walker 3 A star grades, Fiona McIlroy and Jade Allison who both achieved 2 A star and an A grade
Top AS students at Ballyclare High Emilie Montgomery Megan Cochrane and Issy McGrugam who all gained 4 A grades.
Securing 4 A grades at AS level Ballyclare High pupils Katie Conn, Connie Duncan, Peter Gillespie, Lucy Murray and Kerry McCabe celebrate.
Ballyclare High pupils Nell Campbell, Jessica Hunter, Kaytlin Meredith-Gault, Abigail Kennedy and Lara Wilson opening their AS level results
Freya McKinty top A level student at Ballyclare High with a fantastic 4 A star grades achieved
Ballyclare High AS pupils Gareth Purdy, Ben Woodside, Bryn McCallan, Ross Moore and Thomas Cox chatting about their subject choices for A level next year.
Pupils and staff at Ballyclare High are once again celebrating outstanding A level and AS results today.
Dr Michelle Rainey, Principal, said “I am absolutely delighted with the academic achievements of our pupils. There is much to celebrate after another year of disruption to learning. Pupils have worked so hard, focused on ensuring their assessments all year reflected their best and that has culminated in huge reward for individuals and an all-round sense of satisfaction and accomplishment. 40% of pupils secured 3 or more A*/A grades and that is testimony to their ability and their resilience combined with high quality teaching and approaches that had to be crafted to the ever-changing circumstances we all faced. Pupils, staff and parents should feel very proud of such brilliant achievements.”