Huge smiles were seen around the corridors of the Neale-Wade Academy after months of waiting culminated in some amazing results.
Year 13 pupils at the March school achieved 97 per cent three A-level passes to get into university.
This year saw an eight per cent increase in the number of A* passes.
The number of A or B grades this year have rocketed. Last year the rate was 11 per cent but this has risen to 40 per cent.
Good results were seen in the English literature and English language and literature
Principal Jason Wing is over the moon with the achievements of his pupils.
He said: “I am delighted with these results as they indicate that the future is very bright for the young people of March and the surrounding villages.
“We have proven that Neale-Wade students stand up very well against national standards.
“We have students who are in-line with the very best within the country and it proves that there is no limit to what individuals can achieve through hard work, good teaching and supportive parenting.”
Individual highlights are as follows:
Russell Maguire A*, A*, A*
Digby Chappell A*, A*, A, A
Joshua Dando A*, A*, A, C
Joshua Davey A*, A*, B
Emma Pritchard A*, A, A
James Reeson A*, A, A
Ashley Riley A*, A, B C
Abdul Ali A*, A, C
Eleanor Day A, A, A
Daryl Teague A, A, B
Scott Hills A, A, B
Shelbie-Rose Marshall A, A, B
Charlotte Shears A, B, B
Russell Maguire will studying engineering at Durham University.
Mr Wing said: “These grades are life changing.”
At AS the picture was similar with 92.5 per cent of students achieving at least three ‘good’ passes at either AS or BTEC Level 3 qualifications.