A Seaton Delaval high school is celebrating its best ever AS and A2-Level results.
Astley High School saw all of its Year 13 students achieve A-Level passes.
Furthermore, the proportion of students obtaining A* to B grades has also increased.
Across the board, students performed well in all subject areas, doing better than in previous years.
Among those celebrating is Frances Hickson achieved an A* in biology and chemistry and an A in maths and AS psychology.
He will go on to study chemistry at Durham University.
Alexandra Lazenby obtained an A in maths, biology, chemistry and history and is looking forward to studying biomedical science at Newcastle University.
Meanwhile, Jonathan Taylor achieved an A in maths and geography and a B in chemistry and AS biology.
Amy Burns gained an A in biology and chemistry and a B in maths and AS history.
Zana Martin obtained an A in maths and a B in chemistry, physics and biology.
Neil Stafford achieved an A* in maths, a B in further maths and chemistry and a C in physics.
Rachel Frost gained a B in chemistry, biology and maths.
Headteacher John Barnes said: “I am absolutely delighted with these results, which reflect the hard work, effort and determination of both the students and staff.
“Good A2-Level results open doors to future opportunities for these young people and I wish them all the very best for the future.
“Collectively out results confirm that Astley High School provides a Sixth Form experience where all young people can develop and be successful.”