Sixth Form students at Northwood School are celebrating a set of excellent results with a pass rate of 100 per cent for A-level and vocational courses.
Head of sixth form, Rob Davies, said, "Yet again, we have improved on last year’s set of really strong results.
"This has been a fantastic group of students who have worked hard and thoroughly deserve their success.
"They have been supported by our fantastic staff and their caring parents. I am immensely proud of them”.
Mark Anderson, acting headteacher, added, “It is great to see our students achieving results above the national average. It is especially pleasing to see the percentage of A and A* grades rising with almost quarter of our students gaining the highest grades in either A level or vocational courses.”
The majority of students have been accepted to study their chosen courses and several students have been successful in their applications to Russell Group public research universities.
Matthew Ford, who recently won the Watford Observer Young Sports Writer of the Year award, is moving on to study history at Edinburgh University.
He said: “Both my brothers went to the sixth form at Northwood - one went onto Oxford and the other to Manchester, so it’s great to keep the family tradition of success going.”
Neighbouring Northwood College for Girls is also celebrating a successful year, with students gaining the highest A* grades ever.