Sixth formers at the University Church of England Academy in Ellesmere Port raised the bar.
The academy says their A Level students achieved 8% more A*-B grades than last year.
In BTEC qualifications the teenagers also performed well with the average grade being a Distinction.
There are some outstanding individual performances across both A levels and BTECs.
Kerry Dowell achieved four Distinction* grades in Business and Travel and Tourism.
Paul Jones achieved a B grade in Maths and Physics, Distinction* in Sport and a Distinction* in Engineering.
Billy White achieved an A grade in Maths, a C grade in Further Maths and C in Biology.
Heather Lees achieved an A grade in Biology and a Distinction* in Health and Social Care.
Maisha Vermani achieved a grade B in Geography, a C grade in Biology and a Distinction* in Applied Science.
Tom Hutchinson, the academy’s principal, said: “Both students and teachers have worked very hard to achieve these results.
“We are pleased that the overall Academy pass rate is above 95% and we have seen an increase in the number of students achieving the higher grades in A level disciplines.
“Congratulations to our students, who have applied to university and have successfully achieved the points necessary for their courses.
“These students are using their qualifications to go on to study subjects such as Midwifery, Creative Writing, Physics and Mathematics.
“I must thank my colleagues who, in addition to supporting students to achieve excellent results, have also provided outstanding care, guidance and support throughout their studies and supported them to plan for employment or higher education.”