1 Students at St Augustine’s Priory in Ealing, west London, where 92 per cent of grades at A-level were from A*-C.
2 At Stonyhurst College in Lancashire, 65 per cent of all A-level subject results were grades A* to B.
3 Abida Khanom and Omar Graoui, two outstanding A-level students at St Thomas More School in Wood Green, north London.
4 At St Benedict’s, Ealing, west London, Alvin Lee gained 4 A*s and Luca Lota earned 3 A*s, securing places at Imperial College and Warwick respectively.
5 Nearly half of all A-level results at Farnborough Hill in Hampshire were at A* or A grades.
6 At Leweston School in Sherborne, Dorset, pupils recorded well above the national average for A* and A grades at A-level.
7 Students at St George’s College, Weybridge, Surrey, where four pupils are going up to Oxbridge.
8 A*-B grades were up by five per cent on last year at The Oratory School in Woodcote, South Oxfordshire. Pictured from left: Matthew Sydall (deputy head academic) Joseph Smith (head master), Cambridge-bound student Ramon Krah and Fr David Elliott (head of theology).
9 Aziz Ismail and Omo Fafowora are among the students celebrating their A-level results at St Columba’s College in St Albans, Hertfordshire,
10 Alice Perkins and Olivia Matthews on A-level results day at Prior Park College in Bath.
10 Sixth-form students at New Hall School in Chelmsford, Essex, have secured a record six Oxbridge places for 2017.
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