Prince William School is celebrating a record set of results.
55 per cent of all entries were graded at the highest grades A*/A/B and an overall pass rate of 99 per cent.
The average point score per exam entry is 215.
Overall, these set of results are the highest the school has achieved.
Based on previous results across the county, Prince William School would be placed in the top five sixth forms, excluding the private sector.
More than 90 per cent of the students are moving on to their first choice university, most of which are Russell Group universities.
Headteacher Mark Taitt said: “This proves that with hard work and unwavering dedication from staff and students, along with the support shown by parents and the community, daring to dream has become a reality.
“Our students have been given an edge in their applications for university, apprenticeships and employment which is needed in such a competitive international market.
“I and all the staff at Prince William School wish them all the best, hope they continue to dare to dream and work hard to pursue their future goals.”