Rebecca Pinnock has collected maximum grades in her four A-levels

Studying chemisty, maths, geography and geology, Rebecca picked up an astounding four A*s. 

On her incredible achievement, Rebecca said: "I'm completely surprised but over the moon with my results. 

"The teachers have been brilliant and have both pushed and supported me throughout the entire two years."

Rebecca, formerly of Kingsdown School in Upper Stratton, will now be heading to Oxford University to study Earth Sciences. 

Students from Cirencester College going on to higher education have the peace of mind to know that 88 per cent of former students have gone on to achieve a first class or upper second-class honours degree at university.

Principal Jim Grant said: "We have seen another year of strong science results with increases in the highest grades, particularly in physics and further maths. 

"There were also huge leaps in English literatures, economics and drama grades. 

"With funding pressures, language subjects are under threat almost everywhere, so it was great to see out linguists having one of their best ever years. 

"German results in particular were outstanding."

The pass rate for German was 100 per cent.