Pupils, staff and parents at St. Benedict’s College have reflected on another impressive set of GCSE results, with 65% achieving at least five subjects at grades A* to C.
This is well above the Northern Ireland average for non-selective schools.
Mr McAuley, Principal of St. Benedict’s College said that the school was proud of the achievements of its pupils.
He said: “The positive working relationships between pupils, parents and staff have resulted in another well deserved set of results this year.
“We are proud of their achievements and wish them continued success in the future.”
Top students were: Conall Stewart; Grainne Mc Atamney; Caolan Mc Keown; Sinead Letters; Danial Hastings; Sarah O’Boyle; Lauran Dowd; Gintare Ezerskyte; Hannah Kelly; Grainne Martin; Michael Mc Laughlin; Clodagh Gorman; Chloe Bevin; Leanne Martin; Gintare Skurdauskyte; Jordan Mc Mullan; Caragh Robb; Morgan Boyd; Ciaran Bradley; Ruairi Mc Peake and Joseph Webb.
Danny Kinahan MP called in to congratulate the pupils and wish them all the best in their career pathways.