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Capital City score 98% pass rate

PUBLISHED: 16:16 18 August 2016 | UPDATED: 16:16 18 August 2016

A group of students pick up their results

A group of students pick up their results

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Staff and students at Capital City Academy were celebrating today after 98% of exams were graded between A* and E, with 60% scoring between A* and C.

Student Antonella Galarza and teacher Ms White look through resultsStudent Antonella Galarza and teacher Ms White look through results

Subjects ranged from Maths to Spanish to Media, and Principle Alex Thomas was quick to praise the hard work and dedication of both the students and the teachers.

“Thank you to all staff for their hard-work and well done to students receiving their A-level and BTEC National results today,” he said.

“The variety of pathways the students have chosen to follow shows the spread of good results and the opportunities Capital has to offer.”

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