BILTON School’s head teacher said she was ‘delighted’ at its first set of A-Level results.
The school, which first accepted A-Level students two years ago, recorded a 100 per cent pass rate.
All students applying to university achieved their first offer, and 67 per cent of students achieved at lest one A*-B grade.
Individual successes included head boy James Jankowski who achieved an A* and two A grades, Alex Pynn who scored three As and a B, and Kate Heayberd who got three As.
One student with Asperger Syndrome who was not given a place at his previous school achieved two Bs and a D, and is going to university, while two other students joined the school after an unsuccessful Year 12 elsewhere, and each left with two Bs and a C.
Head teacher Patsy Weighill said: ‘It is fantastic to see our first cohort of Bilton students achieve so brilliantly.
“Ours is a truly inclusive sixth form where students from all starting points are successful in achieving outcomes that enable them to make positive choices about their future.
“I am enormously proud of our students and the staff who have supported them to achieve so well.’