MORE than 84 per cent of students at Abbey College in Malvern succeed in achieving A* to B grades in their A-levels, writes Natalie Hanson.
There was a 100 per cent A to C pass rate and 79 per cent of these results were graded A* or A.
Otabek Tursunov was awarded A*A*A for mathematics, business and economics and Bekzod Fayzulloev managed to secure A*A*AA in business, Russian, mathematics and economics.
Two students who sat the maths exam a year early received A and A* grades.
Vice principal Wendy Roberts said the high results were something to be proud of and she expected many students to secure their chosen university places.
The college had recently received a 100 per cent pass rate for the medical foundation entrance exams in June.
Five different medical schools offered one student a place and another achieved 100 per cent in chemistry and physics and 98 per cent in biology.