Almost 92% of the grades were at A*-B and 65% of all the school’s Year 11 pupils walked away with at least 6 A*/A grades each.
100 per cent of pupils taking art got an A* grade, 95% of music students achieved A*/A grades and 89% of drama students got A*/A.
In languages, 80% of pupils achieved A*/A grades in Spanish while 94% got the top grades in Mandarin.
In the sciences 84% of girls taking biology achieved A*-A grades, along with 67% of those taking physics, 65% of girls studying chemistry and 80% of those taking computing.
Around three quarters of all the grades for maths, RS and geography were at A*/A grade.
100 per cent of pupils achieved 5 A*-C grades including maths and English.
Headmistress Sarah Clark said: “I would like to congratulate all of the girls for the excellent work they have put in to achieve these grades. I am proud of every single one of them.”
Among the school’s top graded students were: Jenna Asad (7A* 3A), Sophie Astbury (7A*s 1A 2B), Bella Band (5A* 4A 1B), Ella Barton (10 A*), Sophie Cowell (7A* 3A), Paige Cox (4A* 4A 2B), Nina Daniels (8A* 2A), Elizabeth Dawson (6A* 2A 2B), Felicity Deeley (9A* 1A), Beatrice Delafaille (9A* 1A), Le-an Delvecchio (11A*), Raabia Farooqi (9A* 1A), Tamara Fox (10A*), Anna-Sophia Hilton (9A* 1A), Eleanor Simpson-Daniels (6A* 4A), Felicity Hudson (8A* 2A), Ella Johnson (6A* 3A 1B), Sinchana Lakshmish (10A*), Caitlin Lewis (6A* 1A 3B) Ciara O’Docherty (8A* 2A), Nitya Ramanand (9A* 1A), Oliva Spillane (3A* 4A 3B) Anne Stairmand (2A* 6A 2B) Lily Tenner (8A* 2A), Anna Whyte (7A* 3A), Lucy Wood (5A* 3A 2B), Georgia Wright (7A* 3A), Mable Yip (4A* 5A 2B).