Pupils at Longridge Towers School have achieved a 98 per cent pass rate at A Level.
Over a quarter of these passes were at grade A* and A, and the pass rate at A*-C was over 75 per cent.
The average UCAS points per candidate was the equivalent of three grade B passes.
Head boy Jack Wight, who lives in Berwick, achieved two A* grades and an A grade along with an A* in the Extended Project Qualification and an grade A at AS level. He is now going on to study Veterinary Medicine at Glasgow University.
Alex Zhou, from Dalian in China, achieved two A* grades and one A grade, along with a grade B at ‘AS’ level. Alex will be studying Maths, Operational Research, Statistics and Economics at Warwick University.
Headmaster Tim Manning said: “We are absolutely delighted with these results especially in light of the increased demand from the universities for higher grades to secure places on many of their courses.
“For a non-selective school to achieve such an impressive set of results is testament to the small class size, the high level of one to one individual attention and mentoring in the Sixth form, and the hard work of the students themselves.
“I would like to congratulate all the pupils on their achievements and take this opportunity to wish them all the very best of luckfor the future.”