Students at Sandy Upper School celebrated top A-level results on Thursday last week (August 15).
The school celebrated a 94 per cent pass rate for students achieving A* to E grades.
Emma Brown scored an A* in biology and A grades for chemistry, physics and maths.
She also gained an A for AS further maths and a C for general studies. She will now study veterinary medicine at university.
Esme Famewo achieved an A* in art, an A in textiles, an A for her extended project – which was based on set design – and C for English and general studies. She will study at Central St Martins College of Art and Design.
Matthew Lock had already secured an unconditional offer for stage school, but was nevertheless delighted with his A grades for dance and maths and Bs for chemistry and physics. He hopes to also pick up degree level study at a later date.
Francesca Germany earned an A in physics and Bs for chemistry and biology and will now study pharmacology at university.
Chairman of Governors at Sandy Upper School Richard Banks said: “Well done to all our students, who worked hard to achieve the results announced today.
“The future looks bright for Sandy Upper School as we look forward to the academic year ahead and our new partnership with the outstanding Barnfield Federation.
“We are working hard to improve outcomes and I am confident that, with their help, we will see record-breaking results for our students next summer.”