My focus is to ensure our Sixth Form students thrive as they develop in personality, character and intellect and become highly successful learners and individuals. She is going to Oxford University to study theology.
"I was so happy when I read my results", said Lebanese pupil Mario Aoun, who earned an A* in both mathematics and business and an A in physics.
Students achieved an outstanding 100% pass rate in 34 subjects and the best ever high grades. She said: "I was hoping to achieve these grades and I am really pleased with them".
Nearly one in every three A-level entries this year has been awarded one of the two top grades - with schools across the north celebrating success.
Other exceptional results included Jemma Carpenter (History, Exeter), Louisa Goodsell- Collett (Primary Teaching, Roehampton), Katherine Hole (English & Linguistics), Chloe Hunter, Megan Littmoden (Medicine, Birmingham), David Marriott (Journalism, Sheffield), Toby Platt (Art Foundation, Brighton) and Matthew Talbot who achieved 3 or more A grades including at least one A* grade.
Bethany Denial from Witham-on-the-Hill and Daniel Dorcheh from Little Casterton both achieved a splendid trio of A* grades and Cameron Everist from Morton, Alfie Hick from Baston, Isaac Punter from Fletton, Rashmi Ramesh Shankar from Bourne, Miriam Thompson also from Bourne, Robert Ward from Thurlby and Alex Yau from Market Deeping all obtained two A* grades along with one or more A grades. Rob Hastings, Director of Sixth Form commented "Our A Level results and university destinations reflect the diversity and individuality of our students in the Sixth Form and our bespoke education and tailored careers advice has enabled our students' to follow their passions".
"Today will be yet another great day of celebrations at NULC and I'd like to pass on my personal congratulations to all of the students who are collecting their results".
"I would like to wish all of our QEHS alumni the absolute best as they progress to the next stage in their learning and look forward to hearing about their future successes in years to come".
- Jake Allen secured 3 A grades in French, maths and physics.
Lou Baker, its head of school, said: "We are really proud of our students getting such good grades and going to university, especially as so many are the first generation in their families to go".
Andrew Cann, Assistant Headteacher added: "We are delighted with the overall pass rate at A-level achieved by students across the ability range".
There were also lots of celebration at Farnborough Hill (pictured below) as delighted girls opened their results envelopes.
"This is testimony to the students' hard work and the commitment of the staff who worked so hard with them".