St. Patrick's Grammar School, Armagh - Landmark Occasions - Academic Achievements

Academic Achievements

Students of St. Patrick's have consistently achieved exemplary public examination results with pupils often attaining recognition for achieving top grades in Northern Ireland and the United Kingdom. Pupils of Mr. Gerard Cullen (Head of Business Studies & Economics) have on four occasions managed to attain the best GCSE score in the subject in Northern Ireland along with a second and third at GCSE, a first, third and sixth at A-Level, and a litany of other related awards. Similar achievements propagate to many of the other departments of the school.

During the Summer 2006 exam season students at St. Patrick's achieved exemplary results in their GCSE and A-Level subjects, making it the top all boys grammar school in Northern Ireland and fifth overall.

Summer 2008 heralded further academic splendour for St. Patrick's with twenty-seven of its students attaining straight As in three or more A-Levels. Five students actually achieved four grade As, whilst one student attained five.

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