A-LEVELS 2018: Record Norfolk Scholar award year at Springwood High School
The success of Springwood High School sixth formers has been hailed as "phenomenal" as they collected their A-level results.
Students achieved 73 per cent grades A* to C, 48 per cent A*to B and 21 per cent A* or A.
There is also a record number of students, 45, achieving the Norfolk Scholar status, compared with 27 a year ago.
Executive headteacher Andy Johnson said: "This has been a phenomenal year for Springwood sixth form students.
"They have all worked incredibly hard alongside our dedicated staff and have seen the fruits of their labour today.
"The sixth form aims to be world class and with two students gaining places to study at world renowned universities we are achieving this goal.”
One of the school's top performing students, Abigail Peters, who achieved an A in English literature, an A in history and an A in religious studies, has been accepted into Columbia University in New York.
She said: "I set out to America on Saturday and I am extremely excited. I would like to thank my family for supporting me through my A-Levels.
"In America, university is quite different and you do not pick your subjects to study until your second year.
"But I am thinking about majoring in Human Rights and making my minor philosophy."
Another top performer, Florance Chung scored four A* in biology, chemistry, maths and Chinese, she will be heading off to study economics at Durham University next month.
Rebecca Sedqwick, who achieved three A* in biology, chemistry and physics, said she is extremely excited about studying veterinary medicine at Notthingham University.
Joseph Vayalil Lawrence is setting off to King's College London after scoring an A* in biology and A in maths, further maths and chemistry.
And Lewis Watson, who achieved an A* in maths, an A in further maths and a B in chemistry, is starting an accountancy apprenticeship on Thursday.
Students Kerry Bensley and Michaela Appleton, who both got into their first choice universities, Norwich University of the Arts, are celebrating their achievements tonight by hitting the town.
Chair of governors, Roger Livesey said: “The success story of Springwood High School sixth form continues. The results achieved by our students this year are simply breath taking. I congratulate all students and staff.”