Academic achievement continues to increase at Seaford College, near Petworth, where this year’s GCSE results were once again marginally up on last year’s results.
The overall pass rate was 82.4 per cent with 74.7 per cent of students gaining five or more A* to C grades, including English and Maths – a figure slightly up on 2011.
A total of 81.1 per cent of students gained five A* to C grades and nine students gained in excess of 8A* or As, which headmaster Toby Mullins described as ‘very commendable indeed for a non-selective school.’
Star performers from the Horsham district included: Alex Macpherson (Thakeham) eight A*s and three As, Oliver Gatland (Fittleworth) six A*s two As and two Bs, and Calum Syrett (Loxwood) three A*s, five As and two Bs.
Mr Mullins added: “Seaford College is a non-selective school and has an outstanding reputation for its work with students who require learning support. These results yet again reinforce the fact we ensure each and every pupil attains his or her potential.”
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