SIXTH form students at South Bromsgrove High School have maintained the high standards expected in both their A-levels and BTEC qualifications.
This year 44 per cent of all A-level passes stood at A* to B, an increase of 4 per cent on last year.
And 51 per cent of BTEC entries at distinction star or distinction had an overall pass rate of more than 97 per cent from a year group of 166.
There were also many other excellent grades in the school, with 22 students achieving at least two A grades and 11 students gaining three A*s or As.
In addition to academic success, 68 students in Year 13 completed their two-year Duke of Edinburgh Gold Award Expedition and are set to claim the Award in September – a prize highly valued by universities and employers.
Headteacher Chris Smith said: “I would like to congratulate students on their outstanding achievements this year and thank parents for their support during the sixth form years.
“We believe all of our students will secure their destinations beyond school and we wish them well as they embark on this new and exciting stage of their lives.
“Students’ success is always achieved through hard work and determination in their studies but I would also like thank governors, teaching and support staff for their excellent leadership and support of students at South Bromsgrove High.”