STUDENTS in Louth were receiving their A-level results this morning (Thursday).
Young people at King Edward VI Grammar School, Monks’ Dyke Technology College and Cordeaux School could finally learn how all the hard work had paid off.
Kevis Headteacher James Lascelles said: “This is a solid set of results and a real testament to the work put in by the pupils and staff at King Edward’s. In many ways this year group personifies what we stand for as a school: excellent results combined with outstanding contributions to the wider life of the school and community.”
The following Kevis pupils achieved the highest possible accolade with A* or As in three or more subjects: Innes Adlard; Jack Amey; Ahmed Arrayeh; Rory Bain; Sam Bell; Scott Daniel; Kate Finnie; Mollie Jebb; Sarah Manohar; Charlotte Oliver; Jonathan Parker; Luke Talbot; Daniel Thompson.