Kettering Science Academy pupils have achieved the school's best ever A-Level exam results.
A total of 67 per cent of all grades were awarded A* to C with 44 per cent A* to B.
Students have been celebrating and making plans to study subjects ranging from medicine to mechanical engineering at high quality destinations.
Following on from the Harvard success last year, this year has seen the first KSA student to study veterinary medicine and they are heading off to the University of Nottingham.
Principal Tony Segalini said: “I am so pleased that our Year 13 students have done so well.
"I am proud of them all as well as our dedicated hardworking teachers.
"KSA is going from strength to strength and our sixth form is a great place to study post 16.”