Boston High School has declared it has had ‘outstanding results at A-level’ saying they are the ‘best ever’.
Deputy head teacher Wendy Costin said: “This year Boston High School students have achieved staggeringly good A level results.
“The school is very proud of our students and what they have accomplished.”
With 100 per cent of pupils passing every exam they were entered for the fourth year running, the number of A*-B grades rose to 55.20 per cent. – up by 14 per cent from last year and the highest in the last 10 years.
The number of A*-C grades also saw a rise to 84.6 per cent and is also the highest ever for the school.
Mrs Costin added: “This is an exceptional record of success and really demonstrates the ethos of learning, hard work and commitment that students have.”
Additionally, in the Extended Project Qualification (EPQ) every student who took the qualification passed with 33 per cent of students achieving an A* and the A*-A pass rate standing at 56 per cent. The A*-B pass rate reached 88.9 per cent.
At AS level, grade A passes rose to 13.49 per cent, the highest since 2010 and up from last year’s at 11.10 per cent.