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- John Mason School's Ben O'Hara, 18, who got three As and an A*, and Josh Sissons, 18, who got three As.
Magdalen College School has reported another top year with 85% getting a* to a and a third getting straight a*s.
Cheney School headteacher Jolie Kirby says she is delighted with 98 per cent A* to E grades and eight pupils going to Oxbridge.
Students gradually filing into oxford spires academy, including Shamaila Muzammil, who got two as and a b to study psychology at university. The a* to e pass rate is up from 90% last year to 95% this year. About a third got a* to bs.
- Pupils at John Mason School in Abingdon start opening their A Level results
- St Birinus School pupils Nick Tucker, 17, and Jack Lane, 17, picking up their A Level results this morning in Didcot.
Girls' school headteacher Rachael Warwick said: ''The girls and boys have worked so hard over the last two years and it is fantastic to see such good results.''
Students at Didcot Sixth Form College have been celebrating this morning after picking up their A Level results. The sixth form college is run jointly by Didcot Girls' School and St Birinus School. Fifteen students out of 174 achieved at least three A* or A grades.
Jubilant scenes at Cherwell School where 40 per cent of pupils got A* to A, and 63 per cent got A* to C.
Twin brothers Jai and Krishan Patel aare among the many success stories at Magdalen College School, sharing eight A*s between them.