More than a quarter of the A-level grades achieved by students at Kingsthorpe College were B or above.
Headteacher Debbie Morrison said 96 per cent of students passed all their exams and 54 per cent achieved C or above. A total of 26 per cent achieved a B or above.
Top performing students included Denise Denga, who achieved an A* in English literature, B in History and B in Spanish.
Klaudia Grabowska achieved an A* in Fine Art, A* in photography and a B in German and she is intending to study German and Russian at the University of Nottingham.
Jamie Robinson achieved an A in English literature, B in history and C in maths and Dominic White achieved an A* in maths, B in psychics and c in chemistry. He intends to study engineering at the University of Birmingham.
Despite coming to Northampton from Poland nine years ago with no English, Justyna Suldecka achieved an A* in English literature, A in Polish and a B in drama and theatre studies. She intends to study accounting and finance at the University of Northampton.
Twins Megan and Shannon Cooke achieved exactly the same grades, two Bs and a C, in different subjects and are both planning to study at the University of Portsmouth.
Shannon said: “We always tend to get the same grades. We helped each other out when we were revising.”
Mrs Morrison said: “We know they have a strong foundation on which to continue their learning and personal growth and we wish them all the very best in their futures.”