Boston Grammar School has reported success in terms of the proportion of students achieving the English Baccalaureate.
The indicator measures the percentage of pupils in a school who achieve five or more A*-C grades in traditionally academic subjects.
This year, the figure was again more than 50 per cent.
The school reported ‘very impressive performances’ from Luke Borland, Luke Cocks, Joseph Dean, Adam Hardstaff, Bradley Knight, Owen Long, Bailey Noe, Mohanad Turki, Matthew Wearden, and Bradley White.
They achieved seven or more A/A* grades with Luke Borland, Luke Cocks, Joseph Dean, Owen Long and Matthew Wearden gaining at least 10 A/A* grades.
Head teacher John McHenry said: “An incredible success at a time when it is becoming more difficult to obtain the higher GCSE grades.”
Matthew Wearden also gained an A in AS Mathematics, a year early.
“Our congratulations go to all of our students and staff who worked so hard to make these impressive successes possible,” Mr McHenry added.