STUDENTS and staff at St Benedict’s Catholic High School, Alcester, are celebrating the success of the International Baccalaureate results published last Friday.
The school maintained its average score of 33 points, which carries more UCAS points than achieving A*, A*, A* at A Level.
The IB Diploma programme is recognised by employers and universities for the way it combines academic work with real world skills.
Headteacher Nick Gibson said: “The sixth-form has gone from strength-to-strength and we are overjoyed by our students’ performance.
“It is a real credit to their hard work and diligence, supported by our committed staff.”
Simon Smallman, head of sixth-form, added: “To achieve these results with a truly comprehensive intake of students in fantastic.
“The support provided by our staff, their dedication, hard work, care and hours of guidance have paid off and we can again feel justifiably proud of our school.”
St Benedict’s is still open to sixth-form applications for September and welcomes any enquiries from year 11 students.