Boston High School’s head declared herself ‘extremely proud’ of her pupils after 100 per cent achieved five A* to Cs in five or more subjects.
With grade boundaries rising nationally and results tightening the school says its pupils have continued to be among the country’s top performers.
The results show 70 per cent of GCSE exams were passed at A*, A or B grades and within that many pupils enjoyed fantastic personal achievements.
Rachel Sinha gained 12 passes at A* and seven more students passed 11 subjects with all A* and A grades.
They were Caitlin Gallagher 9 A*s and 2 grade As, Imogen Roberts 5 A*s and 6 grade As, Natasha Sajrani 3 A*s and 9 Grade As, Chloe Hempsall 3A*s and 8 grade As, Laura Kirk 1 A* and 10 grade As, Sarah Robinson 2 A*s and 8 As and Carly Dell with an A* and 10 A grade passes.
Kathryn Tebbs, Ieva Lipska and Rosie Bowen all passed 11 GCSEs with 10 of these being A* or A grades.
Acting Headteacher, Wendy Costin-Morris said: “These students can look forward to starting on their A level courses and other paths with confidence and the knowledge that they have the securest of groundings.
“They should be very proud of themselves. I am sure that they will go on to enjoy their studies and produce excellent results as they go through the sixth form.”