St Mary’s High School students celebrate another highly successful year enjoying the very high standards set by students in previous years.
The staff are delighted by the outstanding results achieved by the students which consistently out perform the targets set for non-selective secondary schools across Northern Ireland.
Mrs Cosgrove, Principal, praised the students, teachers and parents, commenting, “These excellent results are very well deserved, reflecting everyone’s hard work and commitment not only after five years in St Mary’s but also keeping in mind the sound foundations laid in our “feeder” primary schools.
Our parents can certainly enjoy their daughter’s success as their support, encouragement and loyalty to St Mary’s has been outstanding. Valuing every pupil and having high expectations of each one is at the core of the ethos at St. Mary’s and this group of students have certainly lived up to these high expectations.
We are delighted to welcome the many students returning to study A’ Levels at St Mary’s and wish every success to the students pursuing Further Education at the Southern Regional College’’.
Aileen Moynagh from BBC Northern Ireland visited St Mary’s to interview happy girls who received their GCSE results. The interview was broadcast on BBC Morning Ulster.