Oxford University is beckoning for two Ashlyns School students after they collected their results this morning.
Ellie Dibben is set to study history with her grades of A*, A and A, and Elizabeth Johnson found her grades of A*, A* and A are enough for a place to read maths.
Other students were celebrating acceptance onto a wide range of academic and vocational courses at universities including Birmingham, Glasgow, Kings College, Leeds, Loughborough, Manchester, St Andrews and Southampton.
And the celebrations extended to Year 12 student too. One such student was Molly Westwood, who gained a clean sweep of 4 AS-levels at grade A.
Headteacher James Shapland said: “This has been another wonderful results morning for so many of our students, who have worked so hard to achieve some outstanding grades.
“It is always a privilege to see students, staff and parents celebrating as new doors of opportunity open as a result of their efforts and commitment. We are very proud to have so many confident, articulate adults with qualifications that rival the very best in the country.
“I would like to wish all those A-level students the very best of luck for the future, and thank them for the tremendous part that they have played in the life of Ashlyns School – they have been excellent ambassadors for the school and show what can be achieved through hard work and application.”