King's A Level students produced another impressive set of A Level results with 40% of grades at A*/A.
A clever cohort of 25 students achieved three A grades or better, with a third of all students achieving at least one A*.
Headmaster Dr Simon Hyde was incredibly pleased with the overall quality of this year's results with 70% at A* - B and 90% of all grades at A* - C.
Dr Hyde said: "King's students have yet again shown the resourcefulness and intelligence to progress confidently in a world that offers ever more opportunities for those with imagination and drive. With these fantastic results, students are going on to study a wide range of courses - from Art and Motorsport Engineering to Medicine and Law - at some of the country's most prestigious institutions including Cambridge, LSE and Imperial."
Wilmslow students Maisie Rowlinson and Joshua Clayfield were also among the high flyers. Maisie, 18, got three A*s and an A and will now read Fine Art at Nottingham Trent. Regional debating champion, talented actor and singer Joshua got AABC and is going to read Law at City University London.
King's Headmaster Dr Hyde said: "King's students have yet again shown the resourcefulness and intelligence to progress confidently in a world that offers ever more opportunities for those with imagination and drive."
King's Sixth Form Open Evening takes place on Wednesday 2 October, at 6.30pm.
Pictured from left to right on the back row: Musician and actor Harry Collett, 17, from Gawsworth, who got an A* and three A grades and will read Chemical Engineering at Leeds. School Captain and political thinker John Daly, 18, from Leek, who got an A*, two A grades and a B and will read Political Economy at King's College London. Duke of Edinburgh Gold Award winner Lydia Shone, 18, from Chapel, who got three A*s and an A will read Medicine at Leeds. On the front row from left to right are: Megan Whiteley, 18, from Rushton Spencer who got four A*s and will read Anglo Saxon, Norse and Celtic at Clare College Cambridge and ultimately wants to be an archaeologist. Fiona Beeston, 18, from Macclesfield, who got three A*s and an A and will read Classical Studies with English at King's College London. Maisie Rowlinson, 18, from Wilmslow, who got an A* and three A grades and will take a Fine Art degree at Nottingham Trent. Trumpet player Adam Murray, 18, from Macclesfield, who got two A*s and two A grades and will read Mechanical Engineering at Leeds and Samuel Andresen, 18, from Macclesfield, who got two A*s and two A grades and will read Mathematics and Computer Science at Imperial College London.