Head teacher of Bishop Stopford School Margaret Holman said the school had achieved, once again, significantly above the national average in A-level results.
She added: “Nearly a third of grades achieved were As or A*s, and the A*-B figure was over 60 per cent.
“This maintains the tradition of excellent results in this large sixth form where the majority of students achieve the top grades in academic A level subjects, and are therefore able to take up their first choices at universities, including Oxford and Cambridge, or work.”
Individual students who achieved particularly well included Emily Arnold (AA*A*), Rosie Bamber (A*A*A*), Charlotte Brown (AAA), Michael Capleton (A*A*B), James Curtis (A*A*A), Harriet Demnitz-King (A*AA), Tim Espin (A*A*A*A), Tom Field (AAAA), Sophie Gleghorn (A*A*A), Helen Hardy (A*A*A), Frances Keyworth (AAA), Beth Mitchell-Bunce (A*AA), Dominic Oram ( A*A*B), Donald Peaden (A*A*A), Will Phillips (A*AA), Jenny Sadler-Venis (A*A*B), Olivia Scales (A*AA), Huw Skiplorne (A*A*A*), Rosa Sulley (A*AA), Louise Tunnicliff (AAA), Emma Wilson (A*A*A*A) and Eleanor Wilson (A*AA).
Mrs Holman added said: “When we see so many happy students and staff, who have been rewarded for all of their very hard work over the past two years, it always makes this one of the most enjoyable days of the school year”.