The number of pupils hitting the Government benchmark has increased by 13 per cent at the Duston School.
Latest results show 63 per cent of students achieved five A* to C grades, including English and maths, compared to 50 per cent last year.
The number of students who achieved five A* to C grades was 92.3 per cent, up from 85 per cent last year.
Principal Jane Herriman said, “This is a fantastic achievement following record A level results announced last week. I am so pleased for the students and staff who really deserve this success. Such high performance does not just happen - it’s the culmination of hard work, dedication and tenacity over time”.
“I would also like to thank parents for their support, working with us to achieve the best possible grades for their sons and daughters.
“Academic success is the best start we can give students because it opens so many doors and possibilities for future careers. We are particularly excited about the incredible achievement of our Maths department whose results will undoubtedly be amongst the best for progress in the country.”
Top performing students included Florence Welsh, who achieved 16 A* and A grades, Rachel Johnson, 10 A* and A grades, Kate Whitehead, 13 A*and A grades, Declan Moen, 11 A*and A grades and Sophie Mace, 13 A* and A grades.