Exciting times are ahead for The Bishops’ Blue Coat CE High School students celebrating their A Level results
More than half achieved the top A* to B grades and 20% of all results were A* or A grade.
A range of diverse paths await the classmates as they move on from the Great Boughton academy.
Success stories included Michael Rossmueller and Elliot Goodwin, who both gained two A*s and an A to study physics with astro physics and physics at The University of Manchester respectively.
Megan Chester achieved an A* and three As, she is heading to India to work for the Baptist Missionary Society in schools and on women’s empowerment projects.
Other students who gained three A grades were Sophie Chadwick and Jack Ninnes who will study geography at Durham University and The University of Reading respectively.
Head of sixth form Jonathan Deakin, said: “For us, today is about destinations as much as results.
“We have students moving on to degrees, foundation degrees, gap years, apprenticeships, high-status school leaver employment schemes as well as to top universities.”
James Pascoe will begin a school leavers’ programme at Bank of America, while Juliet Walker has already begun an apprenticeship with Chester West and Cheshire Council.
Oliver Knight is heading stateside to take up a football scholarship at an American university.
Mr Deakin said: “We are proud of all our students who have gained the grades they need to access the next step of their education and lives.
“Each student has been valued for the role they played in our sixth form community and we wish them well for the future.”