A total of 65% of A-level grades achieved by Grange pupils were A* to C.
The school was particularly pleased with a 25% increase in the number of A grades compared to last year.
Assistant headteacher Sharon Wilson said: “We are absolutely delighted. Virtually all our students got places at their first choice universities so we’re pleased with that.
“It’s a culmination of hard work from both the staff and students. It’s absolutely fantastic.”
The school also achieved 32% A* to B grades and Mrs Wilson said the most popular choices of university were Loughbourgh, Oxford Brookes and Brighton.
Standout students included Georgina Dean, who got 3 As and a C to secure a place to study sports studies at Loughbourgh; Lewis Harvey, who got 1 A*, 3 As and a B to get a place at Reading to read law and Mohammed Jonaid, who got 2 As and a B to ensure he can study economics at Queen Mary University of London.