The teenagers at Swakeleys School have achieved a 100 per cent pass rate at A-Level for the third year running.
Results of Year 13 students are the best ever with 36 per cent of students getting A*-A grades and 58% per cent A*-B grades.
The centre has also secured Oxbridge success for the second year running with Zeena Valenti achieving A*, A*, A, B in French, RE, English Lit and Geography.
She will be taking up her place at Magdalen College Oxford, to read French and Philosophy.
Headteacher, Sue Pryor said: "It is fantastic news that every single A level examination was passed yet again. On top of this, we are delighted to see a big increase in the percentage of top grades. We are equally proud of the success of our vocational students – Joan Shaza overcame health issues to achieve A*, A*, A in double award Health and Social Care and A Level Sociology while Fizza Afzal achieved A*, A*, A, A in Health and Social Care and Business Studies."