Almost three-quarters of pupils at Maiden Erlegh School achieved a C grade or above in their A Levels this year.
The school’s headteacher, Paul Gibson, said that he and his staff were pleased with the results.
“We are delighted with how well our students have performed in this year’s examinations,” he said. “Their dedication to their studies has paid off and we are proud of each and every one of them.
“All but one subject delivered were A Level qualifications and the attainment this year is very strong. 50% of grades were between B and A*, with 73% being a C or above. Over 20% of A Level grades were A or A* and there has been an increase in the percentage of A*’s gained (7%).”
He added: “We would like to thank the staff for all their hard work and expertise in teaching and supporting the students over the course of their studies.
“Mostly, however, we would like to congratulate all our sixth form students on their impressive results and wish them well for the future, wherever that will take them.”