Spalding High School students collecting their GCSE results today have smiles as big as their A-level counterparts did last week.
More than 20 Year 11 students collected 10 or more A* grades this year, helping the school achieve a 92 per cent level for those with at least five A* to C grades, compared to a national average of 69 per cent.
Almost all students will be staying on at Spalding High School for their A-level studies from September, boosted by a 74 per cent return on those achieving five or more A* to C grades.
Students who were particularly impressive included Jessica Jacob with ten A*s, while both Niamh O’Connor and Rebecca Wright picked up 10A*s and one A grade.
Headmistress Michele Anderson said: “We are thrilled that yet again this year the higher GCSE grades have increased and 47 per cent of all grades achieved were A* or A.
“This is a lovely cohort of young women who have worked incredibly hard over the last five years to do so well at Spalding High School.
“This is a lovely cohort of young women who have worked incredibly hard over the last five years to do so well at Spalding High School.Michele Anderson, headmistress of Spalding High School
“Students approached the examination period with determination and resilience, so these GCSE results are a testament to the very high standards set at the school and a reward that will stand our students in good stead for their next step in education.”