Camden's schoolchildren are officially above average, after their GCSE results were announced yesterday.
GCSE results day at the King Alfred School in Golders Green was another hugely successful one - with a third of all results hitting the top grades 8 and 9.
There's no rest for high-achieving GCSE pupils at UCS Hampstead - their teachers have reminded them that their sixth form life starts in just eight days!
Dedication and commitment were key to some outstanding GCSE grades at Regent High School in Somer's Town.
Highgate Wood School had their best ever year of GCSE results, according to headteacher Patrick Cozier.
Parliament Hill got an "extremely impressive" set of GCSE scores, with 41 per cent of exams getting grades 7 to 9, as pupils collected their results this morning.
Most of us remember that nail-biting moment - and today it was the turn of thousands of students across Camden to open their GCSE results and make decisions about their next steps.
Henrietta Barnett year 11 pupils have got an "excellent" set of results despite the new format of GCSE's, the school's head Del Cooke has said.
South Hampstead High School are celebrating an "exceptional" set of GCSE results - after getting the school's highest ever percentage of top grades on results day.
A teenager from Highgate is over the moon after somehow earning 11 grade 9s in her GCSEs - and now she's waiting for a late well done present from some-time Crouch End resident Taylor Swift.
A budding linguist finished top of the year at Channing School, getting a stunning 11 grade 9s.
A pupil who joined Acland Burghley in Year 9 after a tough start at another secondary school has pledged to become a teacher in tribute to those who helped him turn things around.
Hornsey School for Girls is celebrating a "hugely positive" set of GCSE results which saw its pupils back up a recent award putting the school in the top 20 per cent nationwide.
The ex-owner of a Hampstead private school shut down with hundreds of thousands in unpaid income tax, an administrators' report has revealed.
Across the borough, Year 11 pupils will this morning be opening envelopes with baited breath. But the grades they will have earned will no longer be lettered - so here's our guide to the new-look numbered GCSE grades.
Camden Council has praised the borough's A-level cohort - who yesterday picked up their results.
Headteachers at Camden's top private and state schools have backed calls for an overhaul of the university application system, so pupils apply after they have their results.
Harris Academy St John's Wood has a new senior management team in post, and they had some incredible A-level success stories to celebrate.
Every student who applied to university from Haverstock School in Chalk Farm has got a place after a positive A-level results day.
"We pride ourselves on developing young people who will change the world. This faith is repaid by these amazing results."
There were "smiles all round" at King Alfred School in Golders Green today as the school digested a stellar set of A-level results which saw 92 per cent of students achieve A* to C grades.
The head of Henrietta Barnett school in Hampstead Garden Suburb has paid tribute to its cohort of students, on a day where 70 per cent of A-level grades achieved by pupils were A* or A grades.
More than half of students at South Hampstead High School (SHHS) opened their A-level results to find just A* or A grades.
Nearly 60 per cent of pupils at UCS Hampstead got at least three A or A* grades, as the school in Frognal celebrates a set of bumper results.
Teachers and pupils at the LaSWAP sixth form consortium were thrilled with their exam results this year - and especially pleased to score well in new maths exams.