A Sixth Form pupil at Rydal Penrhos is set to pursue a career in policing after securing some impressive university offers.
Caitlin Teece, a Year 13 pupil at the school, has been rewarded for an exceptional application process with four conditional offers from further education establishments across the north of England.
She received two of these offers from John Moores University in Liverpool on either their Police Studies or Police Studies and Cybercrime degree courses, pending the necessary A-level results this summer.
The pupil also secured a place on the Policing degree course at Teeside University, and she rounded off her offers with a conditional place on the Degree in Professional Policing at the University of Chester.
This represents another notable milestone from a pupil that recorded some outstanding GCSE results in 2017, with Caitlin securing a nine and eight in English Literature and English (First Language) respectively, which put he in the top two percent of all scores throughout the country in accordance with the new grading system.
She also managed to attain no fewer than seven A* grades in Biology, Chemistry, History, Information Computer Technology, Mathematics Physics and Religious Studies, in addition to gaining an A mark in French.
The gifted pupil rounded off her success with a Distinction in Additional Mathematics, and she has also contributed to the Sixth Form Charity Committee, has achieved Duke of Edinburgh Awards and is the proud owner of a Karate black belt.