Twenty-four per cent of all entries were at A* or A, and the pass rate in 26 subjects was 100 per cent.
Jonathan Dungay (four A*) will go to Cambridge, while Ethan Moss and Cannon Sun will study at Oxford, Renee Too at the London School of Economics, Holly Ravenhall at Bristol and Jack Hasler at Leicester. Among many other success stories, head boy George Hall (three A*, one A) is off to Warwick and deputy head girl Rosella Whitehead to Exeter.
Steyning Grammar’s pass rate at AS level was 92 per cent, with more than 40 per cent at A or B, while the school was also delighted with its International Baccalaureate results.
Head teacher Chris Taylor said: “We are immensely proud of our highly-motivated young people as we celebrate outstanding results. This has not been achieved by chance but through the hard work and dedication of our students, the support of their parents and the commitment of our staff. My congratulations go to them all.”