Hartsdown students have achieved many well-earned successes in their GCSE results this year. Top performing students include:
Krista Kaminska with a 7 in English Language, A* in RE and As in both Core and Additional Science.
Mia Curran achieved a 6 in English Literature, English Language and Maths, A* in Performing Arts and RE and an A in Science.
David Coman achieved a 7 in Maths, 6 in English Language and three Bs, in Science Core and Additional, and Music.
Remi Wiorek gained a 6 in English Language and Maths and Bs in History, Science, Geography and RE.
In the 6th form Hartsdown Academy has again increased their performance in A-Level results, with an average grade of a Distinction for our Tech Level qualifications. The students and staff have all worked extremely hard which has resulted in some fantastic results.
Students Vicky Cox, Madison Bridger, Noah White and Chloe Williams all gained Distinction or higher in all of their qualifications.
Vicky will be going on to read Film, Media and Television Studies at the University of Arts in London after deferring for a year to complete a course in Photography.
Ben Philpott is also going to University to study Film with a Year Placement at University of Kent after gaining a Distinction* in both Music and Media Studies.
Chloe Williams is going onto Kent University to study a degree in Sports Therapy and Rehabilitation. This summer she has been officiating in the World Para Championships and World Championships Athletics in London as one of the youngest officials in the team.
Other students are going onto study a range of subjects at University including: International Politics with Finance at Christ Church, Games Technology at Kingston and Professional Musicianship at BIMM, Brighton.
Students have also gained A grades in Arabic and Russian and Travel and Tourism students have achieved exceptionally well, with all students achieving Distinction *.
Hartsdown Academy is looking forward to the continuing development and success of its Sixth Form with the introduction of the International Baccalaureate next year.
Our students and staff have worked incredibly hard to gain success in a rapidly changing exams system. We are proud of their results and wish them all the best in the future.