Sir Christopher Hatton Academy in Wellingborough has maintained pleasing GCSE results this year.
A total of 90 per cent of students achieved at least five A* to C grades and 98 per cent five A* to G grades.
Sixty per cent of students achieved five A* to C grades including English and Mathematics.
Notable individual performances included Piumi Nikawala Widanalage, who achieved seven A* and three A grades as well as a double A** in a new trial mathematics examination – the highest grade possible.
Evan Penn achieved four A* and nine As as well, as the highest grade in the trial mathematics examination, Daniel Cumley achieved five A* and six A grades and Alexander McKenna achieved one A* and 11 A grades.
Alexander Fisher also did well, achieving two A* and six A grades.
Headteacher Victoria Bishop said “These results continue the trend over the last three years of high achievement for students at the Academy. They reflect the continued hard work and dedication of our staff and students.
“I am proud to be headteacher of such a successful school and I am delighted that so many of our students in Year 11 are opting to return as sixth form students in September.”