The 2018 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.

We are extremely proud of all our students who have worked so hard during their two years here and wish them well for the future.

This year, seven students are continuing their studies at the prestigious Oxbridge Universities and a further seven students will be studying Medicine or Veterinary Science:

Emily Bonnon (former Sts Peter and Paul student) AAAC – History at Trinity Hall, Cambridge

Caitlin Corrigan (former Haydock High student) A*A*AA – Law at Mansfield College, Oxford

Katherine Cleary (former Broughton hall student) A*A*A* – Modern Languages, Girton College, Cambridge

Hannah Mitchell (former Culcheth High student) A*AA – English, Corpus Christi College, Cambridge

Anna Elliott (former Penketh High student) A*A*AA – Psychology, Christ Church, Oxford

Natasha Clieve (former Tower College student) A*AAA – Law, Herford College, Oxford

Anthony Walker (former De La Salle student) AAB – Modern Langs, St Peter’s College, Oxford

Anna Raju (former De La Salle student) AAAB – Medicine, Newcastle University

Austin Sabu (former Cardinal Newman student) AAAB – Medicine, Liverpool University

Jasmine Johnson (former Wade Deacon student) A*AAA – Medicine, Cardiff University

Hannah Barton (former King David student) A*A*A – Vet Science, Liverpool University

Hannah Sorvel (former Sts Peter & Paul student) ABB – Bio-Medicine, Liverpool University

Ella Riley (former Wade Deacon student) A*A*A – Medicine, Sheffield University

Ray Sheridan-Warburton (former St Gregory’s student) A*A*A*A – Medicine, Birmingham University


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

For more examples of what our 2018 leavers have gone on to study…

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