Overall, 95% passed their A-levels, with 59% achieving A* to C grades, up on 51% from last year.
In maths 79% achieved the top A* to C grades and in business studies 75%.
Art and art photography saw 100% return A* to C grades, in history it was 91% and in English Language 75%.
In addition to the A levels, 15 students successfully gained the UCAS-recognised Extended Project Qualification (EPQ), which sees students explore one academic-related topic in depth.
Avonbourne’s Director of Sixth Form, Kathryn Loughnan, said: “We are delighted with these sets of results, particularly our increase in the number of students achieving A* to C grades.
“As a college we are very much about preparing our students for the world of work and higher education.
“In September we will become the only college in the south to be a Peter Jones Foundation Academy, offering enterprise courses devised and supported by the Dragon’s Den star.
“These results show we have all the right foundations in place for this exciting next step for Avonbourne.”
Among the Avonbourne A-level success stories were Hannah Amey who got straight As with an A* in psychology, and As in history and maths; Mariya Savranska who got an A* in English Literature, an A in Sociology and a B in History; Daniel Tennant who achieved an A in Business Studies, a B in Economics and a C in Geography C and
Becky Nicholls who got an A grade in her EPQ.
Hannah is now off to University of Surrey to read psychology and hopes to become a Criminal Psychologist and Mariya is going to Birmingham University to read Law.
Avonbourne Sixth Form prides itself on hosting international students every year. Antonio Timpone, from Italy, scored an A* in maths and As in biology and physics, following his year’s placement at the college.
CEO of Avonbourne Trust, Debbie Godfrey-Phaure, said: “Avonbourne Sixth Form continues to grow and achieve fantastic results every year.
“Our students and staff have worked incredibly hard and deserve these achievements. I wish all our A-level students every success for their future.”
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