For an eighth year in a row, Queen Elizabeth’s Grammar in Alford has seen 100 per cent of its pupils gain five more A*-C passes at GCSE.
Some 99 per cent gained the national benchmark of A*-C grades in English, maths and at least three other subjects, just down on the 100 per cent attained last year.
Almost all passed 10 or more subjects at the top grades, the school has reported.
Some also successfully took AS accounting, computing or government and politics a year early and an AS extended project three years early (when they were in Year Nine).
Headteacher Angie Francis said: “I am very proud of our students’ achievements. We have sustained our excellent track record of success at both GCSE and A-level, with last week’s results placing us second in the county. “These outstanding results provide students with a very strong foundation for A-levels and their future careers. We look forward to working with them in our very popular sixth form. I would like to express my congratulations to our students and my thanks to the staff for the high level of support and care they provide.”
Particularly impressive results were attained by the following students:
Tobi Apletree (five A*s, five As and a B in AS accounting)
Millie Blair (nine A*s, two As, an A in additional maths AS module, A in AS accounting and B in AS EPQ (taken in Y9))
Andrew Evans (seven A*s, two As, an A in AS computing and C in AS EPQ (taken in Y9))
Tobi Firth (six A*s, five As)
Emily Goolden (five A*s , five As and a C in AS EPQ (taken in Y9))
Daniel Hissey (12 A*s and an A in AS government and politics, EPQ (taken in Y9) and additional maths AS module)
Katie Marshall (seven A*s, four As and an A in AS accounting)
Maxim Mower (10A*s, one A and B in AS government and politics)
Alex Wilson (10A*s, an A and an A in AS EPQ (taken in Y9))
Phoebe Young (nine A*s, four As and A* in AS EPQ (taken in Y9) and an A in additional maths AS module)