West Hatch High School is "delighted" with record A-Level results achieved by students this year.
Eighty-one per cent of all grades were A* to C with 53 per cent at A*, A and B grades - both figures up significantly on last year.
The overall A-Level pass rate was 100 per cent with vocational courses excelling - Travel and Tourism, ICT Fashion and Sport all achieving 100 per cent A*-A.
This has meant many West Hatch students have gained access to their first choice universities.
Top performers were Anna Clark (two A*s and one A), Eleanor Meakin (two A*s and one A), Harry Klein (three As), Aaron Sharma (A*, A and B), James Mahoney (two As and one B), Adil Sait (two As and one B) and Catrina Silva (two As and one B).
Headteacher Frances Howarth said: "The school is delighted with these results.
“Students' hard work coupled with excellent teaching from our experienced staff enable West Hatch to continue to provide a very high quality Sixth Form education.
“We wish our students well as many of them now go off to prestigious universities across the county or take on top jobs and apprenticeships in London.”
A number of top performing students heard their results via text as they are trekking with the school undertaking voluntary work in Kenya.
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Enrolment for West Hatch High School's Sixth Form is on Thursday, August 20.