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Alumni Stories Celebrate Strong STEM Success for Girls

Our students have gone on to excel in a wide range of industries and we are lucky enough to be able to share a few of their stories via our Alumni page.

The latest additions to the web page are two female students, who both studied at the Box Lane site in the 1980s and 1990s and have now found great success in STEM careers.

Claire Hatton (nee Davison) studied at Heathfield High School from 1988-1995. Whilst undertaking her studies, she also started to put her plans to become a pilot in to action and is now employed as a Safety Unit Manager for Air Traffic Control Services, based at Liverpool John Lennon Airport.

Read more about Claire's journey to her current role here.

Yvonne Wallace (nee Fraser) was at Box Lane from 1989-1996, where she discovered a love of mathematics and physics, which she chose to take at A Level along with Geography and AS Level French. Her success in these subjects led her to a life down under and has been working as a Geophysicist in the Australian mining industry for many years.

Read more about Yvonne's route here.

If you have any memories of your time at one of the Box Lane site schools or would like to share your story to inspire current and future Congleton High School students, please contact our Communications Officer, Katrina Kenyon by email on kkenyon@congletonhigh.com or call 01260 730123.

You can view our Alumni page here.

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