Students at Monks Dyke Tennyson College across Louth and Mablethorpe were also full of smiles following their results.
Sophie said that she was staying on at the school to do her A-levels, but was currently still deciding on which subjects she was intending to study.
Beth Cross was ‘very pleased’ with her 2As, 3Bs and 4Cs as they were ‘better than expected’.
She will now do English Literature, Business Studies and Travel and Tourism at A-level at sixth form at the school.
Success was achieved across both the Louth and Mablethorpe campuses and the college are pleased to report improvements in History, Geography, French and German results due to the changes made to the curriculum for this year.
Mike Eyre, College Principal, said: “We are really proud of the successes our students have achieved this year: there have been some outstanding results.”
Rachel Tickhill, Chair of Governors commented: “It has been another good year of results, as always we are exceptionally proud of our students, and would like to thank our dedicated team of staff for supporting them to achieve success.”