KING’S School students were seeing stars after smashing the A-level results record.
More than half (54 per cent) of the total grades from the 128 students were A* or A.
This smashed the previous record of 42 per cent.
A quarter of the total grades (24 per cent) were A* and eight out of 10 grades were A*, A or B.
The overall A* to C pass rate was 95 per cent.
An impressive four students achieved four A* grades or better, 14 students achieved three A* grades or better and 48 students achieved three A grades or better.
The school will see 12 students go on to either Oxford or Cambridge universities.
Among the high flyers was Charlotte Harrop who achieved four A* grades and is going to read engineering at Queen’s College, Cambridge University.
She dreams of being a Formula 1 race engineer.
Edward Nathan, of Bishopton Drive, Macclesfield, achieved five A* grades and is going to study physics at Durham University.
Richard Southern, of Dickens Road, Poynton, also got four A* grades and is going to read medicine at Pembroke Cambridge.
Anna Townley, of Stocks Lane, Kettlesulme, achieved four A* grades and is going to read molecular and cellular biochemistry at Oriel College, Oxford.
Headmaster Dr Simon Hyde said: “These stunning A-level results will enable our students to continue their learning journeys at many of Britain’s great universities.”
● King’s School pupils jump for joy; Inset are Richard Southern, nna Townley, Charlotte Harrop and Edward Nathan