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Student Destinations 2013

Student Destinations 2013

2013 leavers have gone on to a wide range of destinations and some have already been in touch to let us know how they're getting on. Click on the photos to see what they are doing now....

 

Prospectus 2014
Alastair White
 


Alice Cockayne


 


Megan Giblin 

     
Matthew Wharton
     
Thomas Lavan
Prospectus 2014
Paige Worthington
 


David Cogan


 


James Falcous

     
Lauren Brown
     
Sam Traynor

The 2013 examination results were fantastic and represent the high quality teaching and learning at Carmel College. Such outstanding achievements lead to excellent opportunities for the future.

This year the college has six students who are continuing their studies at the prestigious Oxbridge Universities:-

Oxford:
Patrick Kilgallon (St Gregory’s), 2 A*s and 2 As, Law

Cambridge:
Matthew Bellamy (St Gregory’s) 3 A*s and 3 As, Law
Mathew Bonnon (Sts Peter & Paul), 4 A*s and an A, East Asian Studies
Lauren Brown (Cansfield), 3 A*s and an A, English Literature
Daniel Lee (De La Salle), 3 A*s and 2 As, Modern Languages
Paul Stanford (Rainford High), 3 A*s, an A and a B, Natural Sciences

Paul Stanford said "Carmel has been fantastic. The support from the tutors is exceptional as is their subject knowledge. I would not have stood a chance applying to Cambridge had I gone to a different college."

Eight students have also progressed to study prestigious Medicine, Dentistry or Veterinary Science courses at university. These students include Aaron Ardani, James Holdsworth, Jonathan Griffiths, Daniel James, Rebecca Jones, Matthew Smith, Ankita Malik and Sara Scott. We also have a number of students who have progressed to prestigious Art, Dance and Performance courses.


The majority of students progress to university to study for degrees from a wide range of disciplines, including:-

- Architecture
- Dentistry
- Engineering
- Languages
- Law

- Natural Sciences
- Medicine
- Music


More examples of what our 2013 leavers have gone on to study