STUDENTS at a town school have been celebrating after receiving the results of their International Baccalaureate (IB) exams.
Youngsters at Bromsgrove School exceeded predictions in every subject and at every level in the exams.
A quarter of the entries scored at least 40 points, four achieving 44, and the average point score of 37.1 ensured the Worcester Road-based school secured its position as one of Britain's top IB schools.
Student Jagraj Bhandal was one of those who scored 44 having previously also achieved A* in both Maths and Further Maths A Levels and an A in AS Physics.
Another pupil, Sam Adamson, successfully secured his place to read Archaeology and Social Anthropology at Oxford.
Megan Griffiths, from the school, said the results reflected superbly well not just on the students themselves but also on all those involved in delivering the IB courses, and monitoring and supporting pupil progress at the school.