They were jumping for joy at Queen’s Park High School as sixth form students had plenty to celebrate on A Level results day.
A perfect 100% pass rate was achieved almost across the board at the Handbridge school.
Overall results show almost 40% of all grades were A* to B and 21% were A* to A.
The school puts its continued strong track record down to ‘hard work, excellent teaching and support from parents’.
Headteacher Lyndsay Watterson said: “It is always a delight to see our students being rewarded for the hard work and determination they have put in and to be able to support them to achieve their future aspirations.
“Our students’ achievements are a credit to themselves, as well as a reflection of the high quality teaching, learning and pastoral support the school provides.”
A ‘vast’ majority of student have gained a place at their first choice university.
Outstanding individual results include three A*s for Jordan Chellig which secured him a place at Birmingham University to study maths.
William Watson also achieved the three A* feat, and will do a mechanical engineering degree at Bristol University.
George Clouting is going to study aerospace engineering also at Bristol after gaining an A* and two As, as did Daniel Wallace who will be studying finance at Durham University.
Director of sixth form Clare Scanlon said: “Results day is a very proud moment, both for me, the students, their parents and teaching staff.
“The enthusiasm, commitment and hard work of the students have been rewarded with some fantastic results.
“I am delighted for them all and would like to take this opportunity to wish them all the best for their very bright futures.”