99.9 per cent of students at Ballyclare High School secured pass grades in three or more ‘A’ level subjects this year.
90 per cent of A level grades recorded were A*-C, 70 per cent while A*/A grades stand at 36 per cent.
The top student was Imogen Forbes with five A levels at A*/A grades quickly followed by Andrew Curries and Aaron Lowry, both with four A*/A grades. A further 24 pupils achieved three A*/A.
Dr Michelle Rainey, Principal of Ballyclare High School said: “May I extend my sincerest congratulations to our pupils, parents and staff who have worked so hard to secure the grades needed for university places, further education and employment.
“Not only am I delighted with their academic achievements but am privileged again to see another year group of fabulously articulate and socially accomplished young people step forward confidently to their next chapter in life.
“Ballyclare High School has a culture of nurturing and developing potential and this is reflected in today’s results, with more than 90 per cent of pupils in 20 subjects securing a grade A*-C.
“We are extremely proud of the dedication and commitment from all of our pupils, who have, once again, achieved outstanding results.”