STUDENTS at Gunnersbury Catholic School maintained their perfect streak by achieving a 100 per cent A-level pass rate for the ninth year running.
Pupils at the school in Brentford also notched an impressive 93 per cent of A*-C grades, up from 91 per cent last year.
Nerves turned to delight as teenagers tore into the brown envelopes, pulling out an impressive 46 per cent of A* or A grades.
Three students are off to Oxbridge: Freddie Garrard will read French at Cambridge, where George Tang won a place studying medicine, while Alex Kozak-Eskenazi secured a place at Oxford to study medicine.
Other star performers included:
Natinael Solomon, who got four A*s
Jose Idigoras, who got three A*s and an A
Edoardo Barbieri, who got a triple distinction in his BTEC extended diploma and As in Italian and Spanish.
* Gumley House RC Convent School headteacher Ewa Kolczynska was 'delighted' with its 89 per cent A*-C pass rate.
The Isleworth school scored a 100 per cent pass rate, though the proportion of A*-C grades was slightly down on last year's 92 per cent.
Ms Kolczynska said: "We are delighted with the results, which once again reflect our students' hard work, the inspirational learning environment and dedication of the staff in the sixth form, and the invaluable support of our parents."
She reserved particular praise for the 32 per cent of girls achieving three or more A*-B grades, including:
Maria Leonard A*, A*, A
Adriana Doroshenko A*, A*, A
Shauna Kavanagh A*, A*, A
Sarah Galloway A, A, A
Sandra Raszewska A, A, A
Meanwhile, three students from Milan joining Gumley students for their AS studies all gained A*-C grades.
* Cranford Community College scored its second best set of results ever, though grades were slightly down on last year.
Students at the school achieved 71 per cent A*-C grades, down from last year's record-breaking 79 per cent.
However, the percentage of top A* and A grades rose from 26 per cent last year to 28.5 per cent this time around.
Headteacher Kevin Prunty said he was 'very happy with another impressive set of results'.
He was particularly pleased with the rise in top grades, which was one of the few areas for improvement identified by Ofsted inspectors when they rated the school 'outstanding' earlier this year.
* The Heathland School enjoyed a slight boost in results, with 71.6 per cent A*-C grades.
An impressive 46 per cent of grades were A*-B at the school in Wellington Road South, Hounslow, and more than 150 students got into their first-choice university.
Headteacher Harinder Pattar said: "This year's results have maintained The Heathland tradition of achievement and are a great credit to the hard work of students and staff."
A total of 15 students achieved all A* or A grades, including:
Vishaal Ladva, who secured a place at St Anne's, Oxford
Finlay Waller, who got in to St John's, Oxford, to study maths.
* More than a third of grades at St Mark's Catholic School were A*s or As, and four students secured places at Oxford.
Pupils at the school, in Bath Road, Hounslow, got 92 per cent A*-Cs, while the percentage of A*-B grades leapt from 58 last year to 72 this time around.
Headteacher Paul Enright said: "These are record results, which reflect the hard work of students and staff."
Star performers include:
Luke Maxfield A*, A*, A (Oxford)
David Windmill A*, A*, A (Oxford)
Amrit Bal A*, A*, A* (Oxford)
Patrick Donnelly A*, A, A (Oxford)
Amardeep Dosanjh A*, A*, A* (Birmingham University)
Lampton School is celebrating its 'best ever' A-level results, with a fifth of students getting the top A* or A grades.
The overall pass rate at the school, in Lampton Avenue, Hounslow, was 99 per cent, and 80 per cent of results were A*-C.
More than a third of the school's BTEC results, meanwhile, were distinctions, the top grade available.
Assistant headteacher Ray Whyms said: "These are the best A-level results we have ever had. With our new sixth form block coming on stream for September 2014 and Ofsted rating Lampton school as outstanding in three consecutive inspections, Lampton sixth form continues to go from strength to strength."
Star performers included:
Daniel Ahmed A*, A, A (Kings College)
Farid Mussa A, A, A
Imran Anjam A*, A, B (LSE)
Fozia Farooki A*, A, A, B
Scott Fernandes A*, A*, A (LSE)
Aiman Chbary A*, A, A (LSE)
Lida Kabir A, A, A
Shuhada Mannan A*, A*, B
Patrick Valente A*, A*, A, B
Akash Bhalla A, A, B, C
* Isleworth & Syon School for Boys headteacher Euan Ferguson has declared himself delighted with its 75.3 per cent A*-C grades.
The school, in Ridgeway Road, had an overall pass rate of 99.6 per cent and 26.3 per cent A*s or As.
Two students are heading to Oxbridge: Sam Currie, with three A*s, is off to Magdalen College, Oxford, to study physics, while Fergus Egan, who got two A*s and an A, has won a place at Christ's College, Cambridge, to read philosophy.
Mr Ferguson said: "It's a very good set of results and we're delighted."
* Nationally, the pass rate rose slightly to 98.1 per cent, but the proportion of A* and A grades fell from 26.6 to 26.3 per cent.