At the Great Boughton school, 77% of students gained at least one A or A* grade in their results and 70% of students attained five A* to C grades or more.
Some particularly strong attainment was seen from Nathan Smith with a rare A* distinction in further mathematics (1 A^, 9 A*, 2 A), Janae Byrne (9 A*, 4 A), Ellie Allan (8 A*, 6 A), Annabel Davies (8 A*, 4 A), Emily Tucker (6 A*, 6 A), Beth Hewitt (7 A*, 6 A), Jack Walker (5 A*, 6 A), Caleb St Hill (6 A*, 5 A) and Jade Holley (5 A*, 2 A, 5 B).
Ellie Allan, a natural linguist who had moved to the school to follow her GCSE courses, studied Spanish independently and was delighted with her A grade.
Twins Emily and Abigail Tucker between them achieved 19 A* and A grades.
Headteacher Ian Wilson who started at the school in the spring term of this academic year said: “I am delighted to see so many excellent individual performances. We are proud of all of our students including those who achieved the top grades and those who, while not necessarily obtaining the highest grades, secured ones that demonstrated significant progress in their journey through secondary school.
“Current indications under the new national measure for GCSE achievement (Progress 8) are that the school has continued to make improvements with an even stronger positive progress record than seen in previous years.
“These results are a reflection of the hard work of our students, the support of their families and the dedication and commitment of our staff.”
The school drew attention to students who achieved well beyond their estimated grades including Joe Ely, Abigail Knight, Jennifer Tooke, Loveday Josse, Oliver Youd and Nicola Jones.