Twenty International Baccalaureate (IB) students at Steyning Grammar achieved an average score of 31.28 points out of 45 – above the worldwide average of 29.83.
Lia Dureiz and Antoine Vagneur-Jones both scored 39 points, the highest achieved at the school to date.
IB co-ordinator Danielle Cook said: “I am immensely proud of this group of highly-motivated young people. They have embraced all aspects of the Diploma and what they have achieved in the past two years goes far beyond a collection of grades. They have excelled in so many areas and developed into ambitious learners with a unique set of skills ready to enter a global world.”
Head teacher Chris Taylor said: “I wish to personally congratulate each and every one of our IB students. They have worked extremely hard and I feel proud once again to be associated with such positive, independent and engaged learners.”