One student at St Thomas the Apostle College, in Nunhead, was over the moon to have achieved seven A-levels.
Emanuele Guidu achieved two A*s, three As and two Bs and will take up a scholarship at the University of Chicago.
Emmanuel Adepoju achieved A*s in maths and further maths and an A in physics and is going on to study mechanical engineering.
And Lydia Kadiri’s AAB grades mean she will be going to Nottingham University to study medical physiology and therapeutics.
The rest of the Year 13 students were also celebrating after 32 per cent achieved A*-A, 54 per cent achieved A*-B, and 30 per cent achieved grades AAB, including two facilitating subjects.
The school wished the students well as they go on to study undergraduate degrees in chemical engineering, law, economics, pharmacy, PPE (philosophy, politics and ethics) and maths, among many others.
Headteacher Eamon Connolly said: “I am delighted for each and every one of our students for these excellent results; both those who have been with us since the age of eleven and those who joined our new sixth form in 2015.
“I am proud of the achievements and feel confident we have prepared them, both academically and personally, to enter adulthood and embark on their chosen degrees as fine young men and women.”