Lady Manners School has celebrated more exam success, with its latest batch of GCSE results.
Overall, 73 per cent of students at the Bakewell comprehensive gained at least five subjects at grade C or better, including both English and mathematics.
And 46 students achieved at least seven full GCSE A or A* grades within their results.
Headteacher Duncan Meikle said: “Students and staff have worked hard and these successes are well deserved.
“Due to their efforts lots of students have made good progress and there are many very strong individual achievements once again.”
The students who achieved at least seven full GCSE A or A* grades are: Rory Baker, Grace Beresford-Boon, Joanna Bland, Amy Botham, Ollie Clay, Joseph Coates, Isobella Cottrell, Rebecca Critchlow, Oliver Crowson, Edward Davies, Jodie Dawes, Benjamin Dawson, Isobel de Rozarieux, Eleanor Dixon, Matthew Dixon, Jennifer Dwyer–Joyce, Joseph Edwards, Lucy Evans, Dunia Fernandez, Isabella Gee, Grace Gilbert, Rachel Gladwin, Emily Gorman, Helena Granger, Harry Greaves, Elinor Henson, Rowena Hockley, Joseph Jones, Alice Kerry, Caitlin Leitch, James Lindebaum, Charlie McMullan, Jacob Mott, Molly Pick, Edward Pledge, Kate Redding, Max Savage, Imogen Scott, Erin Shires, Emily Spittle, Hetty Stewart, Jamie Unwin, Fay Waltho, Abigail Williams, Amy Woodward and Catherine Wragg.