Harrogate High School is celebrating its latest GCSE results.
Overall 99.3 per cent of students have gained five or more good passes at GCSE.
Andrew Bayston, Principal said: “Our students, parents and everyone linked to the school will be pleased to see how well our students have achieved.
“This achievement comes just three months after a very good OFSTED inspection and I am very pleased to offer my congratulations to all students taking exams this year. “Overall results for the past five years for those achieving 5A*-C grades at GCSE averages 99 per cent.
“This figure is evidence that we are a truly inclusive school, where every student matters and all students are making progress.
“This year 54 per cent of our students have achieved five good passes including English and Mathematics and is above national expectations for this cohort. Students and staff have worked very hard to achieve these results at a time when there is unsettling turbulence in the exam system nationally”.
Mr Bayston continued: “We are not complacent and will seek to maintain the curriculum, the level of choice our students enjoy and of course the quality of teaching and learning.
“We are now looking forward to recruiting record numbers onto a range of sixth Form courses as our students continue to reap the benefits of the improved outcomes at GCSE. “I feel certain the community can once again be justifiably proud of the continued improvement at Harrogate High and the progress our students make!”