The Orloff family had three reasons to celebrate this summer as sisters Megan, Courtney and Roxy all achieved incredible academic success.
Oldest sister Megan, who left St Helen's School in Eastbury Road, Northwood in 2011, received a first class honours degree in Aeronautical Engineering from the University of Sheffield at the beginning of the summer.
She plans to stay in Sheffield to teach Maths, having been awarded a scholarship by the Institute of Mathematics.
Courtney followed her sister's success when she received her A-level results and got an impressive A* in biology and A grades in maths and chemistry.
She wants to follow in Megan's shoes and will study Dentistry at the University of Sheffield.
After the impressive results of her two older siblings, the pressure was on for youngest Orloff sister Roxy -but of course she delivered, weeping tears of joy after gaining eight A*s and three A grades in her GCSEs.
Not content with being star students academically while at St Helen's, the girls were also heavily involved in extra-curricular activities, helping to raise more than £25,000 over three years at the school.
They have also each been involved in the RAF section of the school's Combined Cadet Force.
Mr and Mrs Orloff said of their daughters’ success: "St Helen’s has provided the opportunity for all of our children to develop academically, emotionally and socially.
"They have had the chance to give back to their school and local communities whilst learning and having fun."