Bishop Bell remains in the top 20 percent of schools nationally, despite a slight dip in the number of students gaining five or more A*-C grades including English and maths.
A grand total of 68 percent of pupils reached this standard - slightly down on the figure of 71 percent for 2014 and 2013.
But the hard-work and effort from students and teachers alike was enough to ensure Bishop Bell keeps its position in the top 20 percent of schools nationally.
Headteacher Mark Talbot said: “These results have maintained our high standards in a changing examination landscape and puts us in the top 20 percent of schools nationally.
“They are a real credit to the hard work and effort of our pupils and reflect strong support from parents as well as the excellent teaching from the School’s dedicated staff.
“Huge congratulations to all involved.”
An amazing number of pupils achieved a high number of A* and A grades.
Highlights include: Francesca Scott (12); Rasa Sadoughi (12); Georgia Bellett (12); Keara Camacho (12); Abigail Jervis (12); Jonathan Down (11); Jonathan Finn (11); Imogen Freeborn (11); Tegan Inch (11); Patsy Agrela Cornwall (10); Hannah Leckie (10); Victoria Parslow (10); Elize Charrett-Dykes (9); Isabelle Kennedy (9); Jack Chaffin (8); Daniel Hagan (8); Norbert Kuczma (8); Aaron Loose (8); and Mortimer Ridley (8).
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