Chichester High School for Boys (CHSB) has recorded its best ever results at GCSE.
About 60 per cent of students have achieved the government’s ‘Gold Standard’ of five or more A*-C grades, including English and mathematics.
Headteacher of CHSB, Gavin Salvesen-Sawh said: “I am absolutely delighted and thrilled for the whole school community.
“Our students achieved record attendance last year and now they have achieved fantastic results, which significantly beat the previous record by some margin.
“2012 will be remembered for a lot of reasons, but the class of 2012 are the new record holders; they have won our gold medal.
“I would like to congratulate the staff, who have worked tirelessly and have shown great determination in securing our success.
“Thanks also to the parents for their excellent support during the year. We salute the students – we are very proud of them.”
Special commendations to the following students who achieved amazing results: Ben Thair (ten A*s, three As), Harry Crocker (five A*s, seven As), Zachary Savage (five A*s, seven As), Luke Hudlass-Galley (three A*s, eight As), Adam Millard (three A*s, seven As), Daniel Knowles (two A*s, eight As), Luke Tibbetts (one A*, nine As), Robert Walker (one A*, nine As), James Wilcock (one A*, nine As), Michael Stephens (four A*s, five As), Henry Russell (nine As).