Students are flying high after 78 per cent of pupils at Rushden Community College achieved five A* to C grades.
All of the Year 11 students achieved at least one GCSE pass, with 98 per cent of them achieving a high grade in at least one subject.
Principal Mark Lester said: “This is a year of outstanding individual success, with over half of the year group achieving A or A* grades in one or more of their subjects.
“Maths, for example, saw 14 students achieve A* passes; a clear indication that hard work and dedication by staff and students alike pays off.
“This is also a year of equality; boys and girls did equally well.”
Top GCSE performances came from Dan Ta, who achieved four A*, three As and two Bs, and Jess Samples, who gained four A*, seven As and two Bs.
In BTEC examinations, Africa Stapley achieved the equivalent of eight A* passes. Between them, the school’s six highest performers netted 34 A* passes at GCSE or equivalent.
Key statistics from the school’s results:
- 72 students achieved at least one A* or more
- 25 students achieved at least one A or more
- 97 students (55 per cent) of all students achieved at least one A*/A grade
- 14 students = A*/A in maths alone (12.4 per cent)
- All students achieved a grade
- 98 per cent of all students received at least one C grade or above
Individual excellence from students included:
- Africa Stapley: Equivalent of eight A* (BTEC)
- Ashley Waring, Megan Kinghorn, Amber Fitzgerald: Equivalent of six A* in BTECs
- Jess Samples: Four A*, seven As, two Bs (GCSEs)
- Dan Ta: four A*, three As, two Bs
- 34 A* equivalents between them