Students and staff at both Malton School and Norton College celebrated another set of impressive A-level results this year.
Just 47 students sat the exams at Malton School compared with 102 last year and 86 were involved at Norton.
Malton’s headteacher Rob Williams said the average point score was 910 compared with the national average last year of 780.
“This is the eighth year we have had an average of 900 plus so this is not a one off,” he said.
Phil Loftus, the headteacher at Norton, said: “Every student got their first choice of university and it is the biggest cohort that has gone to university.”
While many students were delighted to be going to university others said they had obtained or were seeking apprenticeships.