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Successful Prize Night

STILL AMONG THE TOP IN NORTHERN IRELAND

Mrs Mary Millar (School Principal) introduced Prize Night by saying, "She felt very privileged to be sharing in the celebrations in the success of St. Joseph's students.  One of our parents in a letter to staff made reference to Mr Kelly's inspiring speeches on prize night. Believe me when I say, I am feeling more than a little pressure. I was even tempted to read out his speech from last year, but of course I couldn't because no two years in Education are the same. Against the backdrop of political instability, cuts in the education budget and changes in the exam syllabi, one thing however has not changed - our students have once again excelled themselves in their academic achievements.

     
Mrs Millar was delighted to outline the Colleges outstanding results in both A Level and GCSE.
At GCSE level 95% of our students achieved A* - C grades or better. Jamie Galway deserves special congratulations, she achieved, 7 A grades, two B's and a C. At A Level a staggering 95% of students achieved 3 A Levels or more, with 71% achieving 3 A* - C grades. Special mention must go to Tamie Millar, Reuben Brown, Devlin Donnelly, Rebecca Moffatt, Nicole Quigley, Courtney Madden and Maciej Rozmiarek whose outstanding performances saw each achieving grade B and above. With results such as these, it is not surprising that all our A Level students gained places in their preferred universities or colleges.

Tonight we congratulate you and wish you well as you move on to the next phase of your lives. The success of our students continued with the graduation results of St Joseph's 2014 leavers, 25% of whom obtained 
Ist Class Honour degrees, in addition many others left with 2.1 degree classification.




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