St Mary’s Christian Brothers’ Grammar School is celebrating unprecedented success in its GCSE results, with 87% of students achieving at least 7 GCSEs at Grades A* to C.
This represents a vast increase of 12% over a four-year period. Meanwhile, 96% of students achieved at least 5 GCSEs at Grades A* to C, an increase of 10% over a four-year period.
Alen Shaiju was the top performing student achieving a remarkable ten A* grades!
Ibrahim Abdullah (8A*s and 2As), Gerard Rice (7A*s and 3As), Ryan Glenholmes (6A*s, 3As and a B), Joseph Doran (5A*s, 4As and a B) and D.J. Irwin (4A*s, 5As and a B) also achieved superb results.
These results reflect another highly successful GCSE year for the school.
A 100% pass rate at grades A* to C was achieved by our students in Art and Design, BTEC Sport, Further Maths, Gaeilge, Geography, Irish, Media, Music, Religion, Single Chemistry, Single Physics, Spanish, Sports Studies and Statistics.
Over 90% pass rate at grades A* to C was achieved by our students in Business and Communications, OCN in IT, French, LLW, Mathematics, OCN in Personal Success and Wellbeing, OCN in Religion, Politics, Technology and Double Award Science.
St Mary’s Principal, Mrs Siobhan Kelly, is delighted with the school’s success.
“Once again St Mary’s has produced a superb set of GCSE results and demonstrated continued improvement. I would like to congratulate the outgoing Year 12 students and their parents on their well-deserved achievements. The entire school community recognises how difficult it has been for pupils and their families during these unusual and challenging times. We look forward to welcoming many of the students back to St Mary’s to commence A Level studies and would also like to wish our school leavers every success.”