Eighty-three per cent of candidates gained three grades A – C or better at A2 Level and 92.9% of all A2 entries were A*, A, B or C grades.
Pride of place went to Connor Purdy who achieved an outstanding 2 A* and 3 A grades at A2 Level and to Aaron Brown and Niall O’Neill who both achieved 5A grades at AS Level.
Deserving also of special mention are the 18 pupils who achieved 4 A grades – a marvellous achievement which included a number of A* grades at A2 Level.
They are at A2 Level: Meabh Brady, Helen Brogan, Laura Graham, Niamh Henry, Breige Jackson, Sorcha Lynch, Ciaran Mann, Mark McFerran and Declan Whiteford.
At AS Level: Aoife Brady, Declan Doherty, Megan Dooey, Kiara Duffin, Catriona Fyfe, Fiona Gribben, Fiona Marquess, Patrick Martin and Michael Reynolds.
A further 22 pupils gained three A grades.
They are at A2 level: Ailise Boyle, Aidan McKee, Gerard McKenna, Ryan McKenna, Donal McKinley, Raisa McMullan, Terry O’Boyle, Ellen O’Hara, Gerard O’Mullan, Niamh Ryan, Eimear Stewart and Dara Walsh.
At AS Level: Brona Alexander, Conog Boyle, Geraldine Campbell, Philip Carroll, Daniel Faith, Anna Kelly, Liam Kelly, Rachel McKee, Kelly-Louise Quinn, Aaron Waring
Mr Frank Cassidy, the Principal of St Louis Grammar School, paid tribute to the hard work of pupils, the dedication of staff and the support given by parents to ensure that these pupils reached their full potential.
The school, he continued, is especially pleased with the high percentage of good grades overall.