Celebrations were taking place at Northampton School for Girls after students achieved the school’s best ever A Level results.
A number of students have secured places at Russel Group universities, including Oxford and Cambridge.
India Rand, the school’s Year 13 president, has secured a full scholarship to study English and French Law at Kings College London after achieving three A*s and two As.
Other top performers were Katy Walters who achieved an A* and and two As and has secured a place at Cambridge to study Modern and Medieval Languages and Bethany Mabbutt with three A*s and an A, who has achieved a place to read History at Oxford.
Eleanor Jackson is going to study at the Royal Veterinary College in London after achieving an A* and two As, Claire Turner, who achieved three A*s is going to study History at Nottingham.
Other students celebrating A*s and As include Chloe Percy-Smith, Cemma Ramful, Emma Culverhouse, Claire Turner, Oyin Bola-Shadipe, Sarah Nichol, Nadeine Asbali, Bethany Warner, Rosie Masters, Shabana Jaffa, Laura McKenna and Amber Bhardwarj – all of whom have secured places at the universities of their choice.
Headteacher, Julia Harley, said: “Once again our girls have proved they have the ability to achieve outstanding results and gain places at their choice of universities. We are delighted with their achievements and wish them every success for the future. Credit must, as always, go to the students, the parents and the staff who have demonstrated such commitment.”
Stand-out performers at A level included Kiren Parkash, Grace Ward and Hayley Hall, both of whom achieved four As. Three A grades were achieved by Claire Kirwan, Peta Rayner, Marlene Panchal, Imogen Fitt and Nirali Patel.
Deputy Headteacher, Carly Waterman said: “Such excellent AS results bode very well for next year. These students are, quite rightly, highly aspirational and are looking forward to making their applications to university.”
Special mention is given to Lauren Hulse who is going to study Police and Criminal Justice Services at the University of Northampton, Nina Demitri who is going to study Adult Nursing at Sheffield Hallam University and Fay West who is going to study Health and Social Care at the University of Northampton.
Deputy Headteacher Val Hodson said: “Our students work extremely hard, sometimes in the face of very challenging circumstances. We are very proud of our girls for all their achievements.”