Students from Lady Manners School in Bakewell are toasting GCSE success.
Overall, 83% of year 11 students attained at least five grades of C or better while 73% of youngsters achieved five or more GCSE A*-C including English and Mathematics.
Fifty three students achieved at least seven full GCSE A or A* grades within their results.
These students are William Adams, Sophie Almond, Lucy Annett, Elizabeth Armett, Katharine Beale, Jessica Bingley, Matthew Bradley, Liam Brown, Michi Burrow, India Campbell-Bans, Holly Chetwood, Sarah Clough, Alice Cook, Hannah Corran, Megan Critchlow, Isobel Davidson, Yasmin Dawes, Rebecca Day, Alice Dear, Harry Everitt, Bethany Ewens, Joanne Gregory, Charlotte Gundry, Emily Haigh, Victoria Hammond, Rhiannon Hancox, Oliver Harrop, Talita Henderson, Kate Hibbard, Stephanie Hickman, Nicholas Hinckley, Ishtar Hopkin-Fisher, Kieron Horry, Anna Koschitzke, Abbie Layton, Laura Leichtfried, Lucy Lincoln, Jake Melville, Elizabeth Morrison, Joseph Mott, Alicia Noble, Danny O’Toole, Thomas Payne, Benjamin Phipps, Calum Read, Alexandra Scholes, Gerard Shields, Amber Stelling, Alastair Ward, Katherine Watkinson, Laura Williamson, Alice Yarwood, and Euan Yates.
Headteacher Duncan Meikle said: “Students and staff have worked hard and deserve these successes.
“Many congratulations to all concerned.”