'An absolute delight' is how the proud director of sixth form of Tarporley High School described this year's A Level results day.
An impressive 53% of students have been awarded the top A Level grades of A*-B, while 26% of all grades awarded were at the highest level of A* or A.
Such excellent grades means that the majority have got into their first choice university.
Chris Nuttall, sixth form director, said: “Today has been an absolute delight for us here at school.
“This has been an excellent year group who have not only developed academically during their time here at Tarporley, but also personally, as individuals.
Chris added: "Our sixth form students contribute so much to the life of the school and to the local community and are frequently praised for their mature approach, their teamwork and their leadership.
"Today is a fitting reward for all their hard work, supported by their families and the dedicated staff at the school.
"I would like to take this opportunity to wish them every success in their next pathway in life. We really will miss them all!”
Well-deserved individual achievements include Will Ainsworth (A*, A*, A, A), who has been accepted at Oxford University to read mathematics.
He'll be joined by Sebastian Ziman, who will also read Mathematics at Oxford University following his outstanding achievement of gaining 3 A*s and one A in the EPQ.
Also attending either the University of Cambridge or St Andrews is Annie Robey (A, A, A) who will read Asian and Middle Eastern studies, while Maddie Berry (A*, A, A) will read French and linguistics at Lancaster University.
Jessica Blamphin (A*, A* A, A) will study economics, also at Lancaster University.
Christopher Harrop (A*, A, A, A) will read PPE at the University of Warwick; Lucy Millington (A, A, A with an A in EPQ) will read Physics at the University of Birmingham; Molly Peake (A*, A*, A*), will study Chemistry at the University of Durham.
Rhiannon Price (A*, A, A) will read English Literature at the University of Lancaster.
Hannah Sinclair (A*, A, A), will read English Language at the University of Newcastle.
Other courses Tarporley High students will be pursuing at university this year include law, engineering, journalism, fine art, international relations with economics, philosophy and physics, American studies, German, psychology, sport and exercise science, Spanish, equine physical therapies, history, business, biomedical science and English literature.