Many of our students will now be taking up places at prestigious universities, with the skills and knowledge they need to succeed in their higher education courses.
Joel Cunnah chose to stay at Ysgol Emrys ap Iwan an extra year to improve his A level results.
And despite a major shake-up to structure of courses, the county recorded a very slight 0.1 per cent increase on the previous year, as nearly one quarter of teenagers were awarded the top grades.
Following on from the fantastic results achieved by this year's cohort of International Baccalaureate students, their A Level counterparts have increased the number of top grades (A*-A) by an impressive 5 per cent so that it now stands at 44 per cent.
Mr Fulbrook said "I am delighted with our A-Level results".
In 2016 NULC sent more students to university than any college in Staffordshire and the College is predicting that today's excellent results should once again see it maintain its position as the leading provider of students to higher education in the area, with hundreds of students set to be accepted in to their chosen universities. It has been running now for three to four years.
Twins Megan and Hannah Brierley, Katy and Jake Lightowler and Chloe and Ryan Glass all celebrated their results after collecting them today. We are really proud of our students for achieving these fantastic grades.
They include Ethan Higgott, Tess Saunders, Rajan Sangha, Henry Beck, Chris Hulley, Sarah Jones and Ben Spode.
"It is a real team effort between students, teachers, support staff, and parents. We are delighted with the success of our Sixth Form Centre and wish our A-Level students every success as they embark on the next step in their journey".
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YSGOL Emrys ap Iwan is celebrating another set of "outstanding" results with a second year of 100 per cent pass rate.
Elsewhere in north Leeds, one third of students at The Grammar School at Leeds (GSAL) achieved all A-levels at A*or A grades.
King Alfred's Academy in Wantage and Wallingford School both celebrated their best A-Level results ever.
In total five students are heading to Cambridge and one to Oxford.
One student celebrating a combination of straight As and A*s was head girl Fran Goss, who said: "I was not expecting these results whatsoever but I am delighted and just speechless after opening my envelope - I almost cried".
GSAL student and young electronic music producer Sam Berson has also been set onto his dream career path. I can't recommend studying at Trafford College enough!
As well as achieving straight As, Head Girl, Cerys Maidment from Forest Row and Deputy Head Boy Max Thilo from Lingfield achieved A* grades in their EPQ.
The provisional results for 2,068 state school students compare with a national average of 52.9 per cent of pupils passing with A* to B grades.
Mrs Thomas, headteacher said:?"We are all enormously proud of our students' achievements and delighted to see so many of them achieving success and moving on to their expected places at a wide range of universities, employment or to begin their gap year".
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