Post 16 students excel once again
Our Post-16 students have once again produced phenomenal results, with over 99% of students achieving three or more A* to C grades. Their outstanding achievements reflect their diligence and commitment to study, the tireless work of their dedicated teachers, and the encouragement and support of their parents.
Overall, one hundred and twelve students achieved two A Grades or better in their A-Level examinations, and of those, sixty-eight achieved three A Grades or better. Among these results, were the outstanding achievements of the following students:
Donal Kelly achieved four A* grades; while Edward Corry, Conor McCaughey, Conor McIvor, Sean Monan, Tiarnan Murray, Michael Stolberger all achieved three A* Grades.
Top A-Level Student Donal Kelly pictured with Principal Mr McConnell and Head of School Mr Maginness
Harry Bradley, Colm Eccles, Rory Fox, Liam Heaney, Jarlath McCaughey, Shea McGoldrick, Diarmaid McHugh, Tom McMorrow and Giane Pineda each achieved three Distinction* grades.
Connor McCaffrey achieved two A* grades, an A grade, and a B grade; while Ronan Duncan, Rian Furey and Cathal McGurgan achieved two A* and a Distinction* grade.
Connor McCaffrey pictured with Principal Mr McConnell and Head of School Mr Maginness
Evan Drumm achieved an A* grade and two Distinction* grades; with Ronan Campbell, Odhran Curran, Jamie Laird, Gareth McCrystal, Ciarán McManus, and Mark McQuaid achieving two A* grades and an A grade. Niall McEvoy achieved an A* grade, a Distinction* grade and an A grade.
Cianan Diggin, Daniel Gallagher, Eoghan McConnell, Niall McDermott, Caolán McGinty and Shane McGirr all achieved two Distinction* grades and an A grade.
Oran McElroy, Tom McGrath, Marc McNabb, Oisin Miller and Fionnbharr Taggart all achieved two Distinction* grades and a Distinction grade.
Cathal Bradley, James Heaney, Daniel Kelly, Oisin Kelly, Sean Kelly, James Kerr, Oisin Lynch and Aidan Winters all achieved an A* grade and two A grades.
Luke Devlin, Shane Donnelly, Eoin Forrest, Dan Haigney, Ronan Kelly, Pádraig McCaughey, Kaelan McCloskey, and Conor McGuigan all achieved two A grades and a Distinction* grade; while Corey Armstrong, Ethan Campbell, Ciaran Kerlin and Eoin Skelton all achieved a Distinction* grade and two Distinction grades.
Sean Devine, Patrick McCabe, Michael McDonnell, Shawn McGovern, Sean McRory, and Rónán Quinn each achieved three A grades. James Devenney achieved a Distinction* grade, a Distinction grade, and an A grade; while Adam Groogan and Michael Kelly achieved three Distinction grades.
Some of our high achievers were students who chose to join Omagh CBS after completing their GCSE’s in other local schools, in order to avail of our wide Post 16 curriculum options. Along with their fellow students, their success has seen them able to choose from a great variety of higher education courses, including Medicine, Pharmacy, Computing and ICT, Law, Sports Studies, Accountancy, Surveying, Engineering and Teaching.
Success at Post-16 is replicated in the Year 13 AS Results. Among the high achievers were the following students who achieved at least four A grades; Ronan Cassidy, Ryan Colton, Shea Conway, Tom Cunningham, Blaine Feeney, James Fox, Phelan Gaynor, Ka Chun Huang, Kaspar Jarosz, Orán McAleer, Eoin McAnulla, Ryan McCrystal, Adam McFadden, Oliver McGee, Ruairi McLaughlin, Fionntán McMenamin, Turlough Mullin, Seán Murphy, David Quinn, Darragh Rice, Tyrone Thornton, and Lukas Varanavivius.
Year 13 pupils who achieved 4 A grades or better at AS pictured with Principal Mr McConnell and Head of School Mr Maginness
In expressing his delight at the superb results, Principal Foncy McConnell, stated, “In achieving these excellent results at A Level, BTEC and AS level, our students should be extremely proud of their achievements.
Despite the unprecedented challenges of the past two academic years, our Post 16 students have produced brilliant results. This reflects their maturity, ambition and focus, the excellence of the teaching and guidance they have received, and the exceptional support of their parents. I wish them well, as they move on to the colleges and universities of their choice, and in their future careers.”
The Christian Brothers’ Grammar School continues to provide high quality education to the young men of West Tyrone, offering a wide curriculum which caters for a range of learning styles, and provides them with a route to the best universities and colleges within higher and further education.