Petroc pupils have been celebrating today (Thursday) as they open their A-level results. The pass-rate for the college is over 99 per cent, with 21 subjects achieving a 100 per cent pass rate. Among those celebrating success was Daniel Almond, 17 from Braunton, who achieved four A* grades and accepted a place at Bath University to study mechanical engineering. Former Gazette work-experience student Ewan Somerville achieved A*, A, B, and has accepted a place at Sheffield University. Eliza Daniel, 18, from Holsworthy, celebrated A*, A, A, landing her a place on her desired veterinary science course in Bristol. Sophie Hawkins, 18, from Barnstaple, achieved her place at Plymouth University studying medicine. She said: Im so excited; its been my dream since I was nine or 10 so I cannot wait.READ MORE ON A-LEVEL RESULTS DAY: Bideford College celebrate high gradesHenry Webber, 18, from Barnstaple, managed to achieve three A* grades, despite rupturing his appendix right before his exams. He said: It just proves whatever happens, just keep going. Petroc principal Diane Dimond said it had been another very good year for the college. She said: All of our students who were offered an Oxbridge place have achieved their grades and got in. All of our students who were offered a medical or veterinary place at university have all also successfully got in. Were really very pleased with the results. Check back for more photos from Petrocs A-level results later today.