Students from Barnhill Community High in Hayes produced a brilliant set of A-Level Exam results.
A fantastic 33 per cent of all grades were awarded A* and A, beating last year’s record and surpassing the national average of 26 per cent.
The overall pass rate was just under 99 per cent.
Most students have already confirmed places at top universities across the country including Imperial College, Birmingham, Kings College London, LSE, Southampton, and Exeter.
Mazin Seid-Ahmed (pictured below) is celebrating a clean sweep of three A* grades, Barnhill’s first student to do so.
He will go on to study Aeronautical Engineering at Imperial College.
“These are even better than I thought,” he said.
Students celebrating straight A grades include Arjun Balu and Amrita Rai.
Amrita will study dentistry at Kings College London while Arjun has accepted a place at Birmingham to study mathematics.
Najma Dahir is celebrating two A*s with a place to study radiology at City University whilst Tamim Ahmad moves onto LSE to Study Government and Economics.
Other students with at least two As are Megan Charles (psychology at Southampton), Zain Rahman (biomedicine at Bath), Janshiga Sangarathas (medicine at St George's, London), Rhys Williams (economics at UCL) and former head student Liibaan Mohammed (law at Exeter).
Head Robert Lobatto says he is really pleased that students once again exceeded expectations and is thrilled that the A and A* results are even better than the previous record showing in 2013.
"I am delighted that the grades show that students from Barnhill achieve at the very highest level and are getting into the top Universities in the country. They are due reward for all the hard work over the last two years.
"I would like to congratulate all our students and their families on these excellent results."