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Best ever A-Level results for The Misbourne

DOUBLE delight was served to one family on results day after twins boosted their acting dreams.

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DOUBLE delight was served to one family on results day after twins boosted their acting dreams.

Nick and Stuart Wilson, 18, from The Misbourne in Great Missenden landed strong passes for media and drama.

The identical twins, who class Pulp Fiction as their favourite film, will now go their seperate ways to pursue studies in drama.

Nick, who achieved BBC in Drama, Media and Geography, said: ""I'm hoping to do drama at Lincoln University and become an actor or something to do with acting. It has been awesome here and the teachers have been really helpful."

Stuart, who got ABC in Media, Drama and Politics, added: "We have always been interesting in drama. I will do drama and film studies in Sussex than hope to go to acting school."

Lydia Smith, 18, landed three top grades with A*A*A in Art, Art Graphics and ICT.

She said: "I am thrilled with my A level results.  I'm glad the hard work paid off.  It seems like I spent 24 hours a day in my 'art pod'.  The teachers that taught me have been incredible and have supported me throughout my A levels. I have always loved being a student at The Misbourne, I can't thank my teachers enough."

The high achiever is setting her sights on London where she will study either technical arts, film prosthetics or illustration.

Chris Bottcher is another top student with three As.

He added: "The past two years have been amazing but hard work, creating good friends and amazing memories. I will never forget The Misbourne and the experiences it has given me.  The academic support and extra-curricular activities have set me on a path to my future career."

The school is celebrating its best ever A level results. Results in every subject at The Misbourne in Great Missenden are better than ever with 76 per cent of its students achieiving the prestigious top grades.

Every pupil qualified for university and 22 subjects achieved a 100 per cent pass rate with 125 top grades achieved overall.

 

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