A large number of talented musicians have been acknowledged for their efforts with impressive examination grading results.
The seven Rydal Penrhos pupils achieved various levels of the Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music grades, and they all received their certificate at a school assembly on Monday, September 11.
Gifted vocalist Zahra Shamsi managed to secure a Distinction in her Grade 5 Singing assessment, with Year 10 pupil Emma Hourihane also achieving the same mark at the exact same level of difficulty.
Another to be awarded a Grade 5 singing Distinction was Arthur Hind, and all three will now begin working hard in the hope of further recognition in the future.
Others to gain certificates were Niamh Hall, who passed her Grade 4 singing exam with a merit, with Shruthi Ganapathi also presented with a merit for her outstanding effort during her Grade 4 Piano grading.
Bella Rutherford earned a Distinction for her Grade 2 Cello assessment, and Naina Babbar rounded off the triumphs with success in her Grade 1 Music Theory.
Director of Music Pete Williams, said: “This is yet more fabulous news and all seven are thoroughly deserving of their highly impressive music grading successes, which are a testament to how committed they were throughout the process.
“Hopefully this will be the start of another academic year full of ABRSM excellence, which are a great way of building confidence and gaining extra-curricular qualifications in the process.”