Pupils from Sir William Robertson Academy in Welbourn are celebrating GCSE success with many gaining A* across several subjects.
The school saw improvements in English with 90 per cent of pupils gaining A*-C grades in English Literature and 75 per cent in English Language.
Headteacher Mark Guest said: “We are extremely proud of the successes of all of our pupils, but this year there have been some strong individual performances which reflects the hard work they have put in over the last two years.”
Rachael Sutton, from Newark, was delighted with her results gaining two A*s in English Literature and German and eight As.
Sam Walton, from Newark, gained two A*s in Mathematics and Graphic Design and three As and three Bs.
George Burrage, also from Newark, gained an A* in Graphic Design and six As and two Bs.
Ellie Reynolds, from Cranwell, was extremely pleased with an A* in English Language, five As and six Bs.
Another successful pupil is Conor Elliott, from Navenby, who gained two A*s in English Literature and Media Studies, five As, two Bs and a C. The school’s other success stories included Luke Chapman, from Nettleham, who received nine As and three Bs; Philippa White, from Waddington, with an A* in Science, four As and five Bs; Anna Kempster, of Dry Doddington, with six As and four Bs; and Geri Goldstein, from Sleaford, who gained three As and seven Bs. Emma Sahall, from Newark, who is only in Year 10, gained an A* in Mathematics GCSE a year early and an A in Science and Religious Studies.