STRONG results across a wide range of subjects were achieved by GCSE entrants at Cranleigh School.
More than 50 per cent of the exams taken by the year group were passed at A* or A grade and 80 per cent passed at A*, A or B grade.
Headteacher Guy Waller expressed his pleasure and added: “We are very encouraged to see the vast majority of our Year 11 pupils do so positively at GCSE.
“We believe in offering a very broad curriculum here - with most of the pupils taking the comparatively large number of 10 or 11 subjects - and it is good to see the way they thrive on this.
“The majority will be returning to Cranleigh next week to start the new school year with A level and university entrance well in their sights.”
Some individual pupils achieved particularly noteworthy results.
Julian Browning, Alex Clarke, Henry Graham-Rack, Charlie La Fosse, Amy Sansom, Will Slynn, Patrick Wilson and James Wootten all achieved at least six A* grades.
Angus Cameron-Blackie, Imara Gluning, Marcus Kim, Hannah Lock, Emily Robinson, Ellie Sutherland, Imogen Thomas and Adam van Schaik all scored a strong number of A* grades, with As in all other subjects taken.
The most outstanding performances came from Maddy Austin, Will Yeeles and Hebe Westcott, who all achieved 10 A* grades.