Just some of the Sixth Form students who celebrated achieving excellent grades in Saint Catherine’s College after a difficult year
Six future doctors and a dentist celebrate after achieving top grades! Congratulations to Rachael Stinson, Emily Druse, Samantha Budakova, Lucy White,Lucy McAlary, Maeve Shortt and Ellie McMahon on securing places at Schools of Medicine and Dentistry
Saint Catherine’s College is proud to send so many young women into health related careers. Leticia Soares and Aisling Perry are just two of our students off to study Nursing at university.
Allied Health Professionals of the future were delighted with their A level results.
(L-R) Beth Tiffney will study Speech and Language therapy; Eve Mullan will study Occupational Therapy and Aoife McArdle will study Physiotherapy.
Coláiste Chaitríona success for a top achiever Declan Scullion who will now study Pharmacy.
Lydia Quine and Brianna Haughian who were both educated through the medium of Irish at Coláiste Chaitríona, achieved top grades.
Pictured is Niamh Ferson who will now study Architecture
Top achiever Leah Donnelly will now study Physics with Medical Applications at QUB
Parents and families shared in their children’s well deserved success on results day. Saint Catherine’s College thanks them for their support during the past year.
The McAlary family celebrate with Lucy who achieved 3 A*s and is off to study Medicine in QUB
Louise Daly poses with her proud dad after achieving 3 A*s in A Level Technology and Design, Physics and Maths. Louise will now study Physics at QUB.
Beth Tiffney smiles after achieving 3 A* grades before beginning her course in Speech and Language Therapy. Pictured with Beth is proud mum (and school Principal), Mrs Noeleen Tiffney
A delighted Maeve Shortt celebrates success with her mum before heading off to study Medicine at QUB.
Erin Casey follows in the footsteps of her two sisters in sisters in securing excellent grades at A level.
A thrilled Kate Campbell and her mum share the excitement and joy of achieving excellent grades.
Aoife McArdle and family are delighted that she has managed to secure a place to study Physiotherapy at the prestigious Kings College London.
Cliona Power and her mum are thrilled on A level results day