Students from the International School of the Algarve (EIA) in Lagoa gained high grades at both GCSE and A Level.
Following reports of the difficulties facing students looking for university places in the UK, the school was pleased to announce that all but one of their A Level students were accepted to their first or second choice university.
Former pupils will now be heading off for further education at the universities of Dundee, Birmingham, Worcester and Manchester, while others will be travelling to Canada, South Africa and Holland.
The overall pass rate at A Level, both in the UK and at the International School of the Algarve, was almost 98 per cent.
Some of the best individual results came from Rory McGregor, who gained two A*s and an A grade, and James Geers with one A* and two As.
At GCSE level, 22 students sat examinations with results for the school being 10 per cent higher than the UK average and 79.7 per cent of all the year 11 pupils finishing with A* to C grades and an overall pass rate of 100 percent.
There were very good results in the subjects of English, English Literature, Drama, Science and Portuguese with outstanding individual results from Sarah Winstanley, who achieved six As among her grades, Luo Chen who gained four As and Oliver Bubb with five As.
Headmaster John Butterworth said: “It is very rewarding each year to see Algarve students succeed and move on with confidence to the next stage of their education.”
For further information about the International School of the Algarve, please visit www.nternationalschoolofthealgarve.com (available in English).