The number of A* and A grades rose at Portadown College this year, accounting for a third of all A-level grades.
The pass rate was 100 per cent, with 613 grades awarded in all.
Principal Simon Harper said it had been another very successful year and paid tribute to the students “who have shown great diligence and determination in achieving these outcomes”.
The top achievers were - Ross Calvert, four A*s; Harry Quin, four A*s; Yishen Wang, four A*s; Jamie Johnston, three A*s, one A; Calvin Poon, three A*s, one A; Glen Troughton, three A*s, one A; Thomas Trouton, three A*s, one A.
The following students achieved three or more A* or A grades - Michael McClure, Christine Tate, Clarissa Hewitt, Christopher McKernan, Caire Acheson, Hannah Cadden, Hannah Henning, Lauren Maze, Jordan McMullen, Kirby Mercer, David Whiteman and Chloe Bell
Also, Laura Boyce, Chanyse Brown, Rachel Gray, Daniel Ritchie, Isabella Roberts, Rebecca Roberts, Claire Sinton, Ryan Turner and Sarah Hill.
At AS level, year 13 students also performed very well, with many strong personal performances. The following students recorded four or more A grades - Andrew Carrick, five As; Josh Ruddell, five As; Amy Carswell, four As; Alexandra Law, four As; Jill McDowell, four As; Erin McNeely, four As; Jordon Montgomery, four As; Michael Quin, four As; Neil Reilly, four As; and Michelle Trouton, four As.
Mr Harper added, “Our students are a particularly talented and capable group of young adults who richly deserve these successes .”
He thanked the teaching staff and acknowledged the “huge contribution” made by parents and guardians.