A remarkable 95 per cent of students at a sixth form in east London have won a place at a top university.
All students offered places at Newham Collegiate Sixth Form secured the grades required to get them into the county's best universities.
Their students include nine leavers who have won places at either Oxford or Cambridge and one who has won a scholarship to MIT in the US.
A total of 39 offers have been given for either a medicine or dentistry course while five others will have their university fees paid for by top City firms KPMG or PWC.
A remarkable 88 per cent of students scored A*-B which would put the school among the top performing in the country and ahead of many grammar or independent schools. The pass rate for A* - C was 99 per cent.
Headteacher Mouhssin Ismail, who gave up a six-figure salary as a City lawyer to become a teacher in his home borough of Newham, said: