Redborne School in Ampthill bucked the national trend with its second-best ever set of GSCE results.
72 per cent of students achieved A star to C grades, including English and Maths. 84 per cent got a C or better in Maths and 89 per cent a C or better in English.
The Value Added score, which shows the progress students have made, was very high at 1012.
Some outstanding results were:
Alexander Bartholomew - 11 A stars and a B
Jack McNeill - 9 A stars, 3 As, 1 C
James Wallace - 8 A stars, 3 As, 2 Bs
Edward Dawe - 7 A stars, 5As, 1B
Barnaby Howe - 7 A stars, 5 As, 1C
James Reeder - 7 A stars, 4As, 2Bs
Among the students with outstanding Value Added scores were:
Daniel Smith whose grades were 14 higher than predicted.
Olivia Sandhu was 13 higher
Adam Rossman, Jack McNeill and Barnaby Howe were 12 higher.
The school Principal Nigel Croft: “These were superb results with the exams becoming tougher. We are delighted to record our second-best ever results in difficult times.
“The students and staff should all be congratulated for their hard work.”