Fortis Academy Students Celebrate Another Set of Amazing Results!

Fortis Academy students are once again celebrating after collecting their A Level and Level 3 Vocational results.  After what has been a very difficult and, at times, anxious couple of years nationally and internationally, our students are seeing the fruits of their hard work, tenacity and perseverance.  We are extremely proud that many of our students are heading off to universities across the country to embark on their degrees and we wish them the very best.

In addition, we are very proud to announce that the overall average grade of the Class of 2021 was B-; out Level 3 Value Added score returned 0.62, with 17% of our students achieving AAB including two facilitating subjects.  Our students deserve to feel rightfully overjoyed with their achievements which are nothing short of what they deserve.

Particular special mentions must include the following students:

Alina Brown, who achieved A, A, A and leaves us to study Law at the University of Birmingham

Edward Greathead, who achieved A*, A*, A* and leaves us to study Physics at the University of Leicester

Gyan Dhakal, who achieved A*, A*, B and leaves us to study Accounting and Finance at the University of Birmingham

Jaidev Jeer, who achieved A*, A, A and leaves us to study Biomedical Sciences at the University of Nottingham

Adil Nore, who achieved A*, A*, A and leaves us to study Law at the University of Birmingham

Sofina Sami, who achieved A, B, B and leaves us to study Sociology and Criminology at the University of Birmingham

We have also had some excellent outcomes from our students with English as an Additional Language:

Abubakar Danso Jabbi achieved A, A, Distinction and leaves us to study Accounting and Finance at Aston University

Manal Hida Bourebga achieved C, A, Merit and leaves us to study Law at Birmingham City University

We are also very proud of Kai Lane, who achieved B, B, Distinction and leaves us to study Veterinary Nursing and Companion Animal Behaviour at Harper Adams University

Christopher Czepukojć, Headteacher of Fortis Senior Academy,

“I am delighted for all of our students who today, see tangible outcomes of all of their grit, determination and resilience following what has been a very emotional and at times, difficult post-16 experience.  They are rightfully basking in the sunshine of their achievements; I wish them all the very best of luck for their future endeavours.”

Alberto Otero, Campus Principal,

I couldn’t be more proud and happy for our students who have worked hard and succeeded so admirably under the most difficult of circumstances. They have been a credit to Fortis Academy.”