Hundreds of A-level students in north Suffolk and south Norfolk are celebrating after outperforming their national peers.
Youngsters at Diss High, Hartismere Sixth Form (Eye), Thomas Mills High School (Framlingham) and Attleborough Academy were just some of the hundreds of thousands across the country to put an agonising wait behind them and pick up their results yesterday.
The national pass rate was 98 per cent, a 0.1 per cent drop from last year.
At Diss High School, students enjoyed a complete 100 per cent pass rate, with 85% of those rewarded as A*-C grades - an increase on the results from last year.
Hartismere School, Eye, also recorded a 100 per cent pass rate for students, with 80 percent scoring A*-C grades.
Thomas Mills High School in Framlingham scored an overall pass rate of 96 per cent, while 73 per cent gained A*-C grades.
Meanwhile, Attleborough Academy achieved overall pass rate of 96.2 per cent, with 54.7 per cent of students earning A*-C grades.
For more on the 2014 A-level results in south Norfolk and north Suffolk, see tomorrow’s Diss Express.