Maths, science and psychology proved popular subjects for students at St. Cuthbert’s Roman Catholic Business Enterprise College.
After a successful set of results pupils are hoping to pursue careers in medicine, science and journalism.
Headteacher Dr Chris Meehan said: “We are very pleased with all the hard work and dedication our students have shown - their results are a reflection of the good practice here at St Cuthbert’s.”
Emily Sutherland, 16, from Shawclough is planning on continuing to enjoy her studies at Rochdale Sixth Form after achieving four A*s, four As and one C.
She intends to study A-levels in all three sciences and maths.
She said: “I worked hard so I was sort of expecting them.”
“I just really enjoyed the subjects at high school, so I wanted to carry on.
“I find the subjects interesting and quite fun.
“I just want to see, which I’ll enjoy best at A-level.”
Emily McGowan is hoping to pursue a career as a journalist after receiving a glowing set of GCSE results.
Emily, 16, achieved five A*s, three As and one B and is hoping to follow in the footsteps of her cousin who is a reporter in Huddersfield.
She will be studying English Literature, English Language and Psychology at Rochdale Sixth Form.
The Madd! For Dance member will also be continuing her training in dance alongside her academic subjects.
Calculations have become childsplay for Marta Dolchuk, 15, who achieved five A*s and six As
She said: “I panicked a lot about English Language, but I got an A*. It was a hard exam.”
Marta will now attend Holy Cross Sixth Form College to study A-levels in Maths, English Literature, Tudor history and accounting.
She said: “Tudor history seemed really interesting at the open day and I really like history.
“I’d like to do something with finance or maths.”
Madeline Davis is hoping to pursue a career in either languages or psychology.
She achieved six A*s, two As and two Bs.
Madeline said: “I think I’m most proud of my English Literature and English Language result.”
She will now be attending Rochdale Sixth Form to study A-levels in English Literature, History, Psychology and Spanish.
Kris Skierniewwski, 16, will be attending Oldham Sixth Form to study Maths, Business, computing and photography. He received five A*s, five As and one B.
Kris said; “I was not expecting these results so I’m very pleased.
“English Language was the most difficult, I was struggling - but I got an A.”
Aaron Hartnell-Booth, 16, from Newhey is hoping to further human knowledge of the universe with a career in particle Physics. He achieved one A**, six A*s and one B.
Aaron enjoyed Physics and Maths and will be attending The Blue Coat School in Oldham to study Maths, further Maths, Physics and Chemistry.
After witnesses her grandparents battling with heart conditions Amy Bullock is hoping to pursue a career in medicine.
The 16-year-old from Norden received nine As and one B she will be attending Rochdale Sixth Form to study Biology, Chemistry, Maths and Psychology.
She said: “I think I want to be a doctor. I just want to help people to get better quickly. Both my Granddads had heart problems so I’ve seen them both in and out of hospital.”