Students at Central Lancaster High School are celebrating a fantastic set of results which demonstrate the amazing level of commitment they all showed to their studies this year; even though GCSE examinations have been completely reshaped and have been harder for students and staff to prepare for this year. 

Students are celebrating a range of the highest level grades and successes in both GCSE and BTEC qualifications. The school is thrilled that students have achieved Grade 9s in a range of subjects and the highest possible Distinction* grades in vocational subjects. Students across the board have achieved incredible progress across the whole curriculum.  

Nicola Hall, Headteacher, at the school applauded the efforts of both staff and students who have delivered these excellent results which also show huge improvements across every subject in the school. In particular, English, mathematics and science subjects have shown remarkable improvements. 

She said “these results are testament to the excellent work ethic shown by this year group of students and the dedicated approach that our teaching and support teams have taken with preparing our students as well as possible. Students from Central have an exciting range of future choices ahead of them and we are very keen to make sure that throughout their time with us they explore all options available to them.  We have students pursuing their studies at a wide range of Sixth Form and post 16 provision across Lancaster, some having accepted apprenticeships and even one student travelling to college in Belgium to study languages.” 

Former student Cameron Redpath said “I am absolutely thrilled with my results and can’t thank Central Lancaster High School enough for being a truly inclusive school that supports all students.” 

Central Lancaster High School and its governors believe that our curriculum should offer a wide range of choices for young people and our comprehensive student support services are the best available. All the student support, careers guidance and wide range of subjects will be available at our Open Evening this year which is scheduled to take place on Thursday 13th September 2018 from 6pm.