Wiltshire Council has posted offers of secondary school places today to all applicants whose forms were submitted by the deadline of 31 October 2012.
The authority said 4,400 children have applied to start secondary school in the county in September 2013.
Officials say a record 96% of children have been offered their first choice school, up from 93.5% last year.
Offers must be accepted or rejected by 18 March, after that deadline the 200 submissions made after the closing date will be considered.
“This is an important time for children and their parents and to be able to provide so many with their first choice of secondary school is particularly good news.”
“I am pleased we have handled so many applications on time and such a high proportion of children are being offered their first choice school. My team has worked extremely hard to ensure we have effectively handled all applications.”
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