Performing Arts students in demand with University places
From the left Charlie Whichelo-Page aged 19, Jake Turner aged 17, Luke Bell aged 18, Ellie Hoyle aged 18, Chelsea Brown aged 17, Megan Ruggins-Ernst aged 17 and Alice Hobbs aged 17.
Music and Performing Arts students receive offers from leading universities and stage schools. Congratulations all around as Yeovil College students consider their next step and receive offers from their preferred universities as they approach the end of their 2nd year of study.
Alice Hobbs, 17, from Mosterton is excelling within Performing Arts at Yeovil College, also a student of Helen Laxton School of Dance has received offers from the Royal Academy Of Dance in London as well as Worchester university.
Two students have received offers from BIMM (British and Irish Modern Music Institute) in Bristol, Harry Clark, 17, formally from Gryphon school and Ellie Hoyle, 18 formally from Wadham School. Luke Bell, 18, also from Wadham school has received 2 unconditional offers from Bournemouth, De Montfort and 2 conditional offers from South Wales and University of the West of England.
“My dad’s really impressed that I’ve got 4 offers already. I’m starting to visit the universities next week and I can’t wait to see what they’re like.”
Chelsea Brown, 17, a former Westfield student had been offered a place at Manchester University to pursue her ambition to be a professional dancer.
Megan Ruggins-Ernst, 17, a current Drama Apprentice at Yeovil College runs the 5 Feat club at Holcote House and Jake Turner, 17, from Sherborne have received an offer from Winchester University.
Charlie Whichelo-Page, 19, a former Gryphon School student has received an offer from The Institute of Contemporary Music Performance.
The students are now working on their Final Major Productions before completing their BTEC courses and anticipate their results which will be issued in August.