Pupils from Mid Sussex received outstanding GCSE results at Brighton College - a co-educational private school.
Paul Miller gained 12 A* and one A, while William Bicknell-Found gained 11 A* grades. Both boys live in Haywards Heath.
Katie Masters from Hurstpierpoint gained 11 A* grades and Patrick Brown from Ardingly achieved six A* and three A grades.
Other pupils with strong results were Harry Beadle who gained four A* and five A grades, Jack Scanlon who gained two A*s and eight A’s - both from Lindfield;
Pupils from Hassocks doing well were: Keziah Fish, who gained four A*s and six A grades, Isabelle Rayner, four A*s and five A grades, and Emily Grocott, with three A*s and six A grades.
Thomas Walker from Crawley Down, achieved five A* and six A grades; Archie Montgomery from Staplefield: four A* and five A grades; Naomi Sebley from Poynings: one A* and eight A grades; Thomas Williams from Sayers Common: eight A grades and one B grade.
95.3 per cent of grades awarded were at A* or A. The college’s previous best ever was 91 per cent achieved last year.
The college states: “No other Sussex school has ever achieved more than 90 per cent”