Over 57 per cent of the GCSE grades awarded at Kimbolton School were A* or A.
Ninety-nine percent of the pupils achieved five or more passes at A* to C grade.
Included in these results were those for International GCSEs in mathematics and physics.
Hope Carpenter, of Weekley, achieved a tremendous 11A*s and was closely followed by Millie Harris, from Godmanchester, and Thomas Orme, from Great Stukeley, with 10A*s and 1A each. Students Tomas Guilliatt-Griggs, from Abbots Ripton, and Joe Hasberry, from Fenstanton, were both awarded 9A*s and 2As while Cameron Horn, from Eaton Socon, received 8A*s and 3As.
Headmaster Jonathan Belbin said: “Not only are we delighted by another excellent set of results but it is pleasing to see how many of those at the top end were fully immersed in other school activities, such as our stage production, a marathon canoe race and representative sport, during the run-up to the exam period. Our pupils represent a relatively broad ability range yet with hard work and committed teachers, have achieved results of which they should be very proud.”
The results in full are:
A*-A – 57.1 per cent
A*-B – 81.4 per cent
A*-C – 95.3 per cent
A*-E – 100 per cent
Candidates with 5 or more at A*-C (inc maths and English) – 96 per cent
Candidates with 5 or more at A*-C – 98.9 per cent