Staff and students at Sacred Heart Catholic College, in Camberwell, were celebrating after a third of all entries achieved A* and A grades this year.
All Year 13 pupils (87 pupils) sat A-level exams, with 98 per cent of entries graded between A* and E.
One third of all of entries achieved A* and A grades, and 60 per cent achieved a grade between A* and B.
37 per cent of pupils gained three A-levels at A*-B.
Headteacher Serge Cefai said: “I am very proud of all our pupils and their A-level results which have ensured that 98 per cent of our cohort will be attending university or a higher level apprenticeship.
“This is a remarkable achievement in the current climate of higher grade boundaries and new A-level courses.”
In the following subjects, over 80 per cent of pupils gained an A*-B grade:
Art (83 per cent); business (100 per cent); economics (84 per cent); further maths (100 per cent) geography (100 per cent); graphics (100 per cent); history (100 per cent); Italian (100 per cent); Portuguese (100 per cent); sociology (86 per cent); Spanish (86 per cent).
The school gave the following pupils a special mention for gaining three or more A-levels at grades A/A*:
* Segen Ghezae Social Policy and Sociology at L.S.E
* Andrea Medina Guano Law at Birmingham University
* Stephen Kwakye Chemistry at Warwick University
* Thien Nguyen Biochemistry at Kings University London
* Edison Roman Biomedical Science at Kings University of London
* Mark Siraut Political Science and History at McGill University Canada
* John Vu Medicine at Kings University London
* Jael Umerah Graphics at UAL
Pupils gaining three or more A-levels at AAB:
* Emmanuel Adeoye Economics at Queen Mary University of London
* Nnamdi Arinze Nkwocha Biomedical Sciences at Manchester University
* Matthew Bellor Money,Banking and Finance at Birmingham University
* Joana Cartaxo Biomedical Science at Kings College, University of London
* Keendra Mai French and Hispanic Studies at Queen Mary,
* Jessica Mensah Law at Kent University
* David Osei Agyemang Computer Science at York University
* Hope Otobo International Business at Kent University
* Jonathon Solarte Economics at University of East Anglia
* Prince Ugoriji Art at UAL
* Samia Zoubir Geography at Southampton
The school was also pleased to announce a number of students secured higher level apprenticeships:
* Bradley O’Connor Maxus Media
* Esther Lees Accenture
* Dami Akinnubi Accenture