Pupils at the school in Mazwell Road got over 75 per cent A* to B grades and over 90 per cent were A* to C.
And 42 per cent of pupils achieved at least two A or A grades with 22 per cent receiving three or more.
Headmistress, Jacqualyn Pain, said: “I am absolutely thrilled and so proud of each and every one of our girls. The results are a true testament to the phenomenal hard work and dedication that is demonstrated year after year by our pupils and their outstanding teachers.
“Based on today’s excellent results we anticipate that by far the majority of our students will go on to their first choice universities.”
Former deputy head girl, Aimee Ross, 18, from Hayes achieved four A* grades at A Level plus an A at AS and is looking forward to reading physics at the University of Oxford.
“I am absolutely delighted and cannot wait to get to Oxford. My dream job would be a Physics Researcher.”
Lucy Clague (pictured), 18, from Harrow, gained three A* grades and an A at AS and will be setting off to read economics at the University of Nottingham.
“I am so happy with my results and I would like to thank all my teachers for their dedication and hard work,” she said.
Lucy’s parents added: “We are thrilled with the results, thank you Northwood College.”
Eleanor McCartney (pictured), 18, from Pinner, has achieved three A* grades plus an A at AS and will be going to the University of Oxford to study biological sciences.
A delighted Eleanor said: “I am so relieved that all the hard work has paid off.”
And 18-year-old Ashni Malhotra (pictured) from Ruislip gained two A* grades and two As at A Level and is set to study medicine at Imperial College London.
Ashni’s proud father, Mr Malhotra, commented: “Ashni has been at Northwood College since she was two-and-a-half and the hard work of the school’s staff is a major contribution to Ashni’s success. I am so proud and so grateful to Northwood College.”
Joanna Horsley, 18, from Ealing was delighted to achieve two A* and one A grade plus an A at AS and is planning to study history at the University of Exeter.
Joanna said: “I am over the moon and want to thank my teachers for all their extra efforts and my parents and my brother too.”
Northwood College joined the UK’s leading network of independent girls’ schools, the Girls’ Day School Trust (GDST) in November 2013 and this September will see the school merge with Heathfield School for Girls in Pinner.
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