Students from The Bedford Sixth Form have continued their successful streak on A-Level results day since it opened in 2012.
The highest academic achievements sees one student going to Cambridge to study philosophy and another to take medicine at the Queen Mary University of London, many others won coveted places at Russell Group universities and others achieved their first choices at a range of universities.
Demonstrating the range of qualifications available at The Bedford Sixth Form, career- appropriate Cambridge Technical courses saw students win Distinction Stars and secure places to pursue careers in midwifery and the justice system.
Top A-Level performer was Luke Holloway, 18, from Kempston, with 3 Grade A* who is now off to take history at Warwick. Joining him is study buddy Jessica Barton, 17 of Willington, who got an A* and 2 A Grades. Earlier they both completed their Duke of Edinburgh Award at The Bedford Sixth Form demonstrating it is not all keyboard skills acquired.
Alima Yasmin gained three Grade A’s to win her first choice place studying medicine at Queen Mary College University of London.
Joe Chidwick, aged 18, of Silsoe is off to study Philosophy at Cambridge University having obtained 2 A* and an A Grade.
Luke McMenamy, 18, also of Silsoe got 2 A*s and Grade A so is off to Sussex to study Psychology.
Tasnim Rahman, 19, from Bedford gained three Grades As and has a place studying Social Sciences at UCL.
National swimmer Jack Sangster, 18 of Bedford, is off to study Sport Sciences and Coaching at the University of Bedfordshire having gained a BTEC Distinction Star x 2 and a Distinction in Sport and a Grade B in History A-Level.
Health and Social Care 18-year-old Cambridge Technical students Jessica Martin of Wilstead and Charlie Driver of Milton Keynes gained Distinction Stars. Jessica is off to Nottingham Trent to study youth justice and Charlie is going to the University of Northampton to study midwifery.
Aaron Mantle, aged 19 of Elstow gained a Grade A and two Bs to secure a place at Birmingham University to study Economics and Political Science.
Amalia Albu came to the UK from Romania only two years ago and gained 2 A* and an A Grade. She is hoping to win a place to study Law at Leeds University.
Well done to all our students celebrating their results today. Find out more about studying A-Levels at The Bedford Sixth Form.