High five for local girl

16 year-old Joanna Hall from St Cyrus passed with flying colours.
16 year-old Joanna Hall from St Cyrus passed with flying colours.

Lathallan School pupil Joanna Hall, 16 from St Cyrus was pleased to learn this week that she achieved 5 As in her Higher examinations.

Joanna studied English, French, History, Music and Spanish and achieved A grades in them all.

Joanna has had a busy summer break having spent time with other pupils volunteering at Vuyani Safehaven Orphanage in South Africa. Joanna who hopes to study Business at University said “I woke up feeling apprehensive this morning and then I finally received the text with my results, I couldn’t be happier!”

Lathallan School are a non-selective school, Headmaster, Richard Toley said “I am so proud to see our pupils achieving their full potential.”

Lathallan School is an independent all-through co-educational day and boarding school. Lathallan School has, for over 80 years, been an ambitious and pioneerings school with an exceptional ability to bring out the best in every individual pupil. With school transport offered daily from Aberdeen, Royal Deeside and Finavon, Lathallan School is highly accessible. Flexi and weekly boarding is available, making Lathallan an ideal choice for busy families.

For more information contact admissions@lathallan.org.uk.

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