A-levels: 'Good' set of results at Honiton Community College

PUBLISHED: 12:55 20 August 2009 | UPDATED: 00:00 16 June 2010

ACHIEVERS: Students at Honiton Community College, with their A Level results.

ACHIEVERS: Students at Honiton Community College, with their A Level results.

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A 15-year-old is the toast of Honiton Community College today after gaining an A grade in AS electronics.

A 15-year-old is the toast of Honiton Community College today after gaining an A grade in AS electronics.

David Young is on the college's accelerated learning programme and his results, announced today, were highlighted in a statement issued to the Herald.

Caroline Hole, Tom Clemo, Rachel Olive, Leo Jefferson, Alex Beighton, Elisa Cunningham and Ruth Parker's A-level results (yet to be made public) were described as "exceptional".

Caroline, Leo and alex are to study economics at universities in ~Exeter, Cardiff and Loughborough.

Rachel is to study ancient history at Cardiff and Elisa is to embark on a foundation degree at Falmouth College with the intention of continuing in fine art.

Ruth will read youth and community studies at the University of Winchester.

Staff said the overall A-level results at the college had been "good".

A college spokesperson said in a statement: "Once again, we are delighted that our students have achieved a good set of results.

"This success reflects the hard work and commitment of the students and the continuous support given by the staff at the college."

First year A-level students had also bee successful.

Picked out for specific praise were Jack Dixon, Jessica Evans, Daniel Paterson, Philippa Hodgson and Kerri-Ann Upham.

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