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Saint Catherine’s College Celebrates A-Level Results 2023

A-Level Results Day 2023 in Saint Catherine’s College brought success and relief after a much anticipated and anxious wait. Students, their families and staff gathered at the College to celebrate the pupils’ hard-earned success across a range of subjects and study pathways.

The school achieved its best ever set of A-level results. 87% of pupils achieved at least 3 A-levels at grades A*-C, with a quarter of the cohort achieving a full A*/A profile. Students achieved across a wide variety of subjects and will now pursue a range of courses at third level including Medicine, Law, Allied Health Professions, Nursing, Pharmacy, teaching, finance and a range of STEM and Arts courses. An increasing number of students are also choosing the apprenticeship route with prestigious companies. Principal Mrs Noeleen Tiffney congratulated the students on their superb results, saying they accurately reflected the tireless efforts of a wonderful year group:

“This is a great day for our students, their parents who have supported them and the teachers of Saint Catherine’s who motivated and inspired them to achieve such well deserved results”.

The Saint Catherine’s Class of 2023 celebrated excellent A-level results at the school.

The happy faces of just some of the pupils who received 3 straight A/A* grades at A-Level pictured with the Sixth Form Team, Miss Gemma Gildernew and Mrs Monique Rennie.

Pictured here with Principal Mrs Noleen Tiffney are Aaliyah McClave, Cara Shortt,

Charlotte Tiffney and Caitlin McCormack, and who have a full A* profile at A-Level.

Mrs Noeleen Tiffney, Principal of St. Catherine’s College, is pictured with an overjoyed pupil, Annarose Tennyson, who has been accepted to the prestigious Royal Veterinary College, London.

Future Medics: three pupils were accepted to study Medicine at Queen's University Belfast,

Aoife McCreesh (absent from photograph), (L-R) Grace O’Connor and Emma Rice.

Allied Health Professionals

Pictured here are some of successful and dedicated A-Levels pupils who will be our health care professionals of the future: Selina Kane will study Occupational Therapy; Orla McArdle and

Keeley Mae Rafferty intend to study Physiotherapy and studying Dietetics is Charlotte Tiffney.

Pictured here are our teachers of the future: (L-R) Roisin Hassan, Isabel Smith, Susannah Conway and Emma Conroy.

Pharmacists and Scientists of the Future: (L-R) Aaliyah McClave will study Pharmacy at Queen’s;

Ella Haynes will study Neuroscience in Cardiff; Olivia Macari will study Biomedical Science;

Aobh McGleenan, Elli McKenna will also study Pharmacy at Queen’s University Belfast.

Pictured here are some pupils accepted into courses related to Maths, Finance and Actuary:

Frenjesca Mallon, Cait Conlon, Catherine McGrane, Erin Connolly, Ciara Faherty and Hannah Calvin.

Proud principal and parent Mrs Noeleen Tiffney with daughter Charlotte who achieved 3 A* grades.

Fashion Forward and Amazing Artists: (left) Ule Januskeviciute will study Interior Design in Plymouth and Ella Weir (right) has been accepted into the Royal College of Art.

Quantity Surveying for Alex Mullan and Engineering for Eve Cullinane: two fantastic futures await.

Head Girl Eimear Finn celebrates excellent A-level results.

Pictured here are some of the many pupils accepted to study Law (L-R): Róise Maxwell,

Caitlin McCormack, Martina Doran, Lauren Atherton and Hollie Lawless.

Picture here are some of the successful pupils who studied Applied pathways,

(L-R) Lauren Finn and Karolina Griskeviciute;

(L-R) Martyna Caban and Aimee Hughes;

(L-R) Evelina Laksa and Shania Turley.


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