Outgoing Head Boy Adam Sabri ended almost a decade at Rydal Penrhos with a superb set of A-level examination results.
The 18-year-old, who began his time at the school as a Year 5 Prep pupil in 2009, has been a hugely influential member of the Sixth Form and managed to gain one A* and two A grades in recognition of his application to his studies.
He managed to secure the top available mark in Chemistry, while securing As in Biology and Mathematics and he has now been accepted to the University of Cardiff where he will study Dentistry.
It has been an extremely memorable time at Rydal Penrhos for Adam, who has enjoyed a phenomenal amount of academic and sporting success during his years at the school.
Adam was a prominent figure within the RGC Rugby Academy alongside fellow pupils Dan Owen, Euan Humphreys, Nick Dundee and Henry Davies, and also captained the school’s first XV to the Cheshire Plate with a resounding victory over The Grange.
He also turned out for the prestigious Samurai 7s squad earlier this year, and picked up the Morphy Cup and Director of Sport Award from Rydal Penrhos’ annual Sports Awards in-front of special guest Mike Phillips.
Head of Sixth Form Pete Lavery, said: “Adam’s commitment to all areas of life at Rydal Penrhos have seen him excel in his role as Head Boy, and everyone is thrilled that his fantastic results have secured his place on Cardiff University’s Dentistry course.
“He is an immensely talented individual who possesses true leadership qualities, something that ensures he is going to go on to achieve great things in the future.”