ALL students at Woldingham School passed their A-levels this year.
22.4% of grades were A*, with almost 58% of grades achieved at A* or A, a 2% increase on last year.
Ten girls achieved three A* grades or more with Lucia Keijer-Palau attaining four A* grades. Lucia will be going to Cambridge University to study history.
24 girls achieved straight A* and A grades and eight girls from this cohort will be starting at Oxford and Cambridge in the autumn reading a variety of subjects including modern foreign languages, history, theology and architecture.
Seven students in Upper Sixth who entered for the Extended Project Qualification were awarded six A* grades and one A grade between them.
Headmistress Jayne Triffitt, said: “I know how incredibly hard the girls and the staff work at this school and how remarkable these results are for the individual girls.
“I would like to pay tribute to everyone – teachers, pastoral staff and parents – who has supported the girls in achieving this success.”