With more than half of all grades at A* or A, Kimbolton School is celebrating a record year of A-level results.
A total of 24 students, more than a quarter of the year group, gained at least 3 A* or A grades, and all five students with Oxbridge offers achieved the grades they required.
This year’s exams saw 81.3 per cent of students achieving A* to B grades.
Matt Blindt from Ringstead achieved four A*s while Freddie Valletta from Bolnhurst gained three A*s and one A, and Holly Anderson from Thrapston scored two A*s and two As.
Adam Spencer of Rushden was among the other high achievers, achieving two A*s and one A.
Also achieving these grades were Dan Baynes from Papworth Everard, Emily Davidson-Smith from Great Gransden, Jacob Haynes of Spaldwick, Sam Johnston from Great Paxton, Ollie McGlashan of Hail Weston, Maddy Stokes from Ramsey and Sophie Trotman of Alconbury.
Headmaster Jonathan Belbin said: “Whilst we are delighted by this academic strength, we measure success in much broader terms, both in and out of the classroom.
“I am confident that our students will now flourish at university, both in and out of the lecture hall.”
Here’s the percentages for pupils and their grades at Kimbolton School:
A* – 16.2 per cent
A*–A – 52.2 per cent
A*-B – 81.3 per cent
A*-C – 95.0 per cent
A*-E – 99.3 per cent