A one hundred per cent pass rate was achieved at Queen Elizabeth’s Grammar, in Alford, in this year’s A-level results.
In addition, some 70 per cent of grades were at A*-B.
Headteacher Angie Francis said: “I would like to publicly congratulate the students on their excellent results and wish them continued success in their chosen courses and career paths.
“We are delighted to sustain our high standards and remain one of the top performing schools in the county.
“I would also like to thank the staff for their hard work and support, which enables students to make such excellent progress at the school.”
The following students gained three or more A*/A grades:
- Annabel Armstrong – A*AA
- Liam Clough – A*AAA
- Colette Dewick-Eisele – AAA
- Dion Harrison – A*AAA
- Sophie Hewson – A*AA
- Jim Kinnaird – A*AA
- Jack Moore – A*AA
- James Spence – A*AAA
- Jenny Walker – A*AAA