Students celebrated after receiving their A level results at Queen Ethelburga’s Collegiate.
School Principal Steven Jandrell welcomed the results, and praised efforts of students and staff.
He said: “When people ask me how we achieve such excellent results from our students I say it is because we treat each of them as individuals and as such we help them discover what it is they are good at and how they can best excel.
“Our teachers work very closely with the pupils to support them in their subject choices, university applications and their career aspirations and it really feels like a team effort in the Collegiate,”
A school statement read: “The successes of the Harrogate students have helped Queen Ethelburga’s Collegiate gain its best A-Level results to date.
“Repeating its 100 per cent overall pass rate for its Year 13 pupils, Queen Ethelburga’s College students gained an average university admissions (UCAS) points score of 495 – the equivalent to over 4 A grades at A-Level.
“The percentage of grades at A* and A was 80% and A* to B was 97%. 72% of A-Level students in the College achieved at least 3 A grades.”
Skipton Road student Dominic West, 18, will go on to Imperial College in London to study Mathematics. He gained A*A* A at A-Level in Mathematics, Further Mathematics and Physics respectively.
His fellow Harrogate student, Kimberley Almond, from Hookstone Grange Way, gained A A A* A at A-Level, studying English Language, English Literature, French and History. She will take up a place at York University to study English.
Engineering Mathematics is the subject which will lure Bramhope student Kate Marshall to the University of Bristol, after she gained AAB at A-Level in Economics, Mathematics, Physics and BTEC Music at Distinction* grade.