Principal Julie Swales, said she was delighted with the A level results students achieved.
She said: “There have been many fantastic, well deserved achievements for our hard working, talented students.
“Several of our students have gained straight A*/A grades, which is absolutely fantastic.
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“However, there have also been many other success stories, with students gaining the grades to go onto a wide range of universities or high quality apprenticeships.
“As a school we have again achieved wonderful results with an overall pass rate of 99 per cent and 46 per cent of grades at A and B grade.
“While this is a credit to our students, praise also needs to go to our excellent staff and supportive parents and carers.
“We are delighted with the achievements of our students and wish them continued success in their future careers. As a year group they have worked extremely hard, but also understood the importance of their roles as leaders in the school. We would like to thank them for being such an inspirational year group to our younger students.”