STAR student Haengeun Chi led the way with three A*s as Burlington Danes Academy posted outstanding A-level results once again.
More than 80 per cent of students scored A*-Cs, up from 68 per cent last year, while an outstanding 28 per cent were either A* or As.
Haengeun, 18, from Fulham, will go on to study maths at Imperial College after gaining an A* in the subject, as well as further top grades in physics and further maths. She also got an A in English literature.
She said: "I've done better than I thought I would, as I thought I'd get two A*s and not three. I can't wait to go to university but I'll miss it here."
Another top performer was Nashia Rahman, 18, from Hounslow, who got an A* in maths, as well as an A in art, She is heading to Royal Holloway to study maths and philosophy and said: "I feel great."
But Mustafa Hussein, speaking after getting an A in maths, B in chemistry and C in English, was less happy, saying: "It's a bit below what I expected but at least I didn't fail."
Principal Sally Coates: "I am extremely proud of these results which are testament to the incredible efforts of students and staff. I am particularly pleased that the vast majority of our students are using these grades as a springboard to higher education. From the moment students arrive at BDA in year 7 and year 12 their pathway to university begins - today marks the culmination of that journey. It is a day of celebration at Burlington Danes."