Year 10 and 11 pupils have been gathering at Boston Grammar School this morning (Thursday, August 21) to collect their GCSE results.
The South End school has celebrated a boost in its English Baccalaureate figure, which measures the percentage of students in the cohort achieving at least five A*-C grades in English, mathematics, history or geography, the sciences and a language.
This rose from 36 per cent last year to 56 per cent.
The cohort was smaller than average, just 36, as a consequence of the federation with Boston High School.
Nonetheless, there were still some outstanding results, with Mihar Rao and Jeremy Lee collecting 10 and 11 A* grades respectively.
Principal John McHenry said: “After so much hard work by students and staff it is brilliant to see these well-deserved results.”