Wisbech Grammar School said it had recorded its best results “for a number of years”.
Fifty seven per cent of grades were at A*-B, 31 per cent of which were A* and A.
The A* to C results were up by 11 percentage points to 87 per cent with an overall pass rate above 99 per cent.
Some of the pupils with top results were:
Katy Landles - 2 A*s English literature and history and a B in French and is off to Leeds to read history of art
Eden Cooper - 2 A*s in textiles and biology and an A in chemistry and is off to Birmingham to read medicine.
Anna Kober - 2 A*s in biology and chemistry and an A in maths and will take medicine at Nottingham.
Zara Jutsum - 2 As in fine art and textiles and B in graphics to read graphic and media design at UAL
Arran Shipley - 3 As biology, chemistry and economics and is off to Birmingham to read business management.
Ran Tai - 2 As in fine art and textiles to read graphic and media design at UAL
Jack Sidgwick - 3 As in biology, chemistry and geography and will read earth science at St Andrews.
Maxwell Eales 2 As in biology and business studies and a B in chemistry and is off to Plymouth to read medicine.
Tarn Chamberlain James will be taking up a place at Cambridge to read veterinary medicine (2 A*s in biology and chemistry and an A in physics), and Oliver Mann (3 A*s in biology, chemistry and maths) will read medicine at Newcastle.
Tarn said: “I am overwhelmed with my results and excited about my future at Cambridge university. I have always felt that anything is possible at WGS Sixth Form and I’m ready now for the next chapter of my life.”