Hawarden High A-level results match the best in school's history and GCSE results are the best ever.

Hawarden High School’s  A-level students are celebrating  success across the board. In total, 96 A* - A grades were  awarded with 82% of students  gaining grades A* - C.

The school’s overall pass rate  this year was 99.3% and headteacher Roger Davies, said  he was delighted with the A-level results,  which match the best in the school’s history. 100% of the students achieved  the Welsh Government’s Level 3  threshold, gaining two or more A-  Level passes. He also highlighted the students’ success in completing the  Advanced Welsh Baccalaureate  Qualification, with 60 students  completing the Core Qualification successfully.

The school achieved an 85 per cent level two threshold pass rate, which relates to at least five GCSEs level A* to C. That means the best results in the history of the school.

"We have maintained the school’s long-standing tradition of every student in the year group achieving a recognised qualification, with more than 98 per cent of students achieving at least five pass grades." head Roger Davies said.

155 students also achieved the Welsh Baccalaureate qualification. Mr Davies paid tribute to the professionalism and dedication shown by teaching and support staff for both years 10 and 11 and earlier during the students’ primary and secondary schooling. Other notable achievements were a 99.6 per cent overall pass rate, 367 A* or A grades, 102 students getting at least one A* or A grade pass and 27 students getting at least five A* or A grades. Liam Aierstock, who achieved the equivalent of 14 higher grade passes, including 6 A* and 4 A grades and Leon Chan, who also achieved the equivalent of 14 higher grade passes, including 4 A* and 6 A grades, were among the star performers. Abigail Coole, Samuel Dibble, Hari Fletcher, Amy Hallows, Isobel Houston, Lauren Jones, Oliver Moore, Ryan Mori and Eithne Preece also excelled.