Caistor Grammar School records were, once again, broken as the year 11 results were announced.
Delighted headmaster, Roger Hale, described the results were “stunning and wonderful.”
“We expect that these results will put CGS among the leading schools in the country once again,” he said.
The 96 students established a new School record for the English Baccalaureate with 82 per cent achieving it.
For the fifth year running, 100 per cent of students achieved five A*-C passes, including English and Maths - the Government’s benchmark of choice.
And for the third year in a row, all students achieved seven A*-C passes, including English and Maths.
The School’s leading student was Annabel May, with 12 A*s.
Sreemoyee Ghosh, Alexandra McNeil and Sophie Thrippleton all achieved 11 A* and 1 A.
No fewer than 13 students gained all A* or A passes in their exams; the rest are Max Vasey, Oriane Lister, Remi Simpson, Ben Stacey, Benjamin Walkling, Sophie Hollows, Sheehan Quirke, Cordelia Sheridan and Phoebe Atkin.
A total of 69 percent of students gained five A* or A passes and 50 percent of students gained eight or more passes at A* or A.
The students averaged 11.2 passes each, which is a new School record, with 58 per cent of students gaining 12 A*-C passes, which is also a new School record.