GCSE success for Honiton

PUBLISHED: 10:59 25 August 2011

GCSE students at Honiton Community College celebrating.

GCSE students at Honiton Community College celebrating.

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The latest GCSE results put Honiton Community College in the top 25 per cent of schools and colleges in the country.

For a second year running Honiton Community College has come out on top as the latest GCSE results were unveiled today (Thursday).

The students performance has placed the college in the top 25 per cent of schools and colleges in the country,

Olivia Boland, Molly Brooker, Laura Dare, Emma Dyer, Lewis Gillingham, Lucinda Meecham, Andrew Moth and Sam Netherway were just some of the students who achieved outstanding results this year.

Principal Glenn Smith said: “Honiton continues to go from strength to strength; our success is testament to the hard work and commitment of our governors and staff, supported by the stronger links between parents and the college.

“I am very proud of the ladies and gentlemen; many of whom will be returning to continue their studies with us in September.”

See next week’s Midweek Herald for more.


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