GRAMMAR schools in High Wycombe are celebrating this morning after another set of excellent A Level results, with one pupil getting the third best score in maths in the country.
Nationally A Level grades have edged down, but many students in High Wycombe were left very happy.
At the Royal Grammar School Kiran Dhillon got the third best results in maths with 1,752 out of 1,800, which was an A*.
He also got two other A* grades in further maths and additional further maths, an A in chemistry and a distinction 1 in physics.
He said: "I am really pleased- pretty astounded. I have got a place at Cambridge to do mathematics."
At RGS more than 79 per cent got A*, A and B grades. The average success rate per candidate was more than three grade As and the pass rate was 99.9 per cent.
Ben Devoy got five A* grades in maths, further maths, biology, chemistry and physics, and is going to study medicine at Cambridge.
Huaxiang Huang got three A* grades in maths, further maths and chemistry, an A in economics and a distinction 1 in physics.
He also got an A in AS Level additional further maths.
He said: "I am really excited. I can't really believe it. I am going to study economics at Cambridge. It is a great opportunity."
James Pavelin got five A* grades in maths, further maths, additional further maths, physics and chemistry and is off to study engineering at Cambridge.
Arthur Dunlop is also going to study engineering at Cambridge after getting three A* grades in maths, further maths and chemistry, a B in French and a distinction 1 in physics.
He said: "I am really pleased. I don't know if it has sunk in yet. There are a few of us going to Cambridge to study engineering. You don't expect to know anyone when you go to uni."
James Porter was pleased with his results of four A* grades in maths, further maths, chemistry and biology and an A in physics, and is going to study biomedical science at Oxford.
Tom Commins got three A* grades in maths, further maths and chemistry, an A in additional further maths and a distinction 1 in physics.
He is going to study engineering at Oxford and was going to celebrate with his girlfriend who got her results the same day and is going to study medicine at UCL.
Headmaster Roy Page said: "It is a fabulous set of results, which is down to the hard work of the boys and the staff and the support of their parents."
There were a lot of smiles at John Hampden Grammar School, as eager students picked up their results at 9.30am.
Assistant headteacher Andy Wright, said: "We are all really pleased. The boys have done extremely well.
"We had 75 per cent A* to B and over 40 per cent A*/A.
"With the background of the national picture of the reduction in grades, that hasn't been replicated here. Obviously the boys have worked very hard, as have the staff."
Cameron Clarke got an A* in biology and two As in chemistry and English. He is taking a gap year and going to do work experience in the city.
He will then apply to do politics and economics at Edinburgh next year.
Patrick Nicholson got three A* grades in geography, maths and further maths, and an A in physics.
He is going to study mechanical engineering at Bath.
Stephen Delgado got two A* grades in maths and further maths and two A grades in physics and chemistry, and is going to study theoretical physics at Birmingham.
Alex Eaton got an A* in politics, an A in history and a B in German.
He said: "I am very pleased. I didn't expect an A* at all. I am going to study war studies and history at King's College London."
Jack Turner got an A* in computing, and two A grades in history and politics and is going to study computer science at Birmingham.
Alper Bakici brought a bottle of champagne along to celebrate as he already knew he had got into uni.
He got an A* in maths and two A grades in physics and further maths. He is going to study mechanical engineering with business finance at UCL.
And at Wycombe High School 76 per cent of grades were A* to B and 44 per cent were at A*/A. There was a 100 per cent pass rate.
Headteacher Sharon Cromie said: "In the current climate with much reported expectations of variable results, I am delighted that Wycombe High School's A Level results remain so strong.
"Every student has worked extremely hard and given her very best. I am extremely proud of them and grateful to the committed staff who have supported them with their endeavours."
Grace Stearn got four A grades in geography, politics, English and economics.
She said: "I can't believe it. It feels really surreal. I had to get it for the law degree I want to study."
She is going to study law at Bristol, which is her second place, but was going to call King's College London as her first choice to see if she could still get in.
Harriet Walters got an A* in sociology and two As in geography and business studies. She was going to study sociology at Birmingham, but decided against it and is going to take a biology A Level next year so she can study marine conservation.
Imogen Eddings got two As in French and history and a B in Spanish, and going to Bristol to study French with Russian.
Alice Henshaw got three A* grades in computing, maths and further maths and an A in AS Level additional maths.
She is going to Oxford to study maths and computer science.
Ellen Southall- Garrad got two A* grades in maths and further maths and two As in economics and French.
She is going to Oxford to study economics and management. She said: "I'm so excited. It is what I have always wanted to do."