Daisy Michelmore, 16, grandaughter of the late BBC television presenter, Cliff Michelmore, who died earlier this year, was one of many to pick up their results.
She got one A*, seven As and two Bs.
Daisy said: ‘My grandfather would be so proud.
‘I am surprised and delighted.’
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The school saw 91 per cent of girls receiving A* to B grades – and all of the results were A* to C grades.
In French, all students received A* or A grades while all students who took computer sciences received an A*.
Headmistress Jane Prescott said: ‘We credit our success to the hard work of our specialist teachers, disciplined classes and highly-regarded traditional courses, which give our girls a firm foundation for economic excellence.
Isobel Clark, a keen sailor was one of the school’s big successes, receiving 10 A*s.
She said: ‘I am so shocked but happy with my results.’
Isobel is now going to study maths, further maths, history and French at A-level.