Spalding Grammar School was thrilled with this year’s A-level results after maintaining their 98 per cent success rate.
Some 125 students took their A-levels and had the added challenge of not being able to sit any A-level module examinations in January.
However thanks to the hardwork and dedication of both the staff and pupils, the school performed above government estimates.
Nigel Ryan, headteacher at the Spalding Grammar, said: “The key thing is that the students get the results they need to get on and do what they need to do next, whether that is university or employment.
“We’re very pleased that we have been able to help them through the hard work at the start and put them in the position where they can get what they want.”