The percentage of A*/A grades was 41%, with 73% for combined A* to B grades.
The high achieving Wirral Grammar School for Girls will see many of its pupils going to the very best universities to study for their degrees.
High achieving Hannah Yiu achieved an amazing six A*s and will study Medicine at the University of Hong Kong.
Sophie Mount achieved four A*s and is going to read Mathematics and Physics at Warwick University.
Lucy Eccles achieved three A*s and one A grade and is going to read Chemistry at the University of Durham.
Katherine Greenlees achieved three A*s and is going to read Chemistry at Leeds University.
Temwani Mwenechanya will read Medicine at the University of Nottingham after achieving one A* and two A grades.
Charlotte Simms will read Medicine at Sheffield University after achieving one A*, two grade As and one grade B
Elysia Kirby and Ellie Bennett both gained two A*s and two grade As and are going to read Dentistry at Leeds University and Cardiff University respectively. After one A* and three at grade A Bethany Jones will also read Dentistry at Manchester University.
Elizabeth Rosseinsky achieved two A*s, two As and one grade B and will read Biochemistry at Bristol University.
Charlotte Lawrence will read History at Bristol University after achieving 2 A*s and one grade A
Katherine Keene achieved four A grades and will read Computer Science and Electronic Engineering at Liverpool University.
Isobel Hughes will read International Relations and History at Leeds University after achieving one A* and three A grades.
Deanna Hughes will read English Literature and Creative writing at Lancaster University after achieving four grade As.
Kate Mansfield, Charlotte Lawrence and Aisha Stalker achieved two A*s and one grade A
Ellen Bedson, Eleanor Crescent, Bethany Gerard, Sally Kershaw, Sarah Prendergast and Alexandra Stokell all achieved a combination of three or four grades A* and A in their A level examinations
A total of 79 girls achieved A* and A grades in their A level examinations
Wirral Grammar School for Girls Headteacher Mrs Elaine Cogan accredited the high success rate to rigorous attention to detail, the staff’s outstanding commitment and subject knowledge, consistent hard work from girls throughout the two years of A level courses, desire of pupils to achieve, a strong school ethos and the sharing of this ethos between school, home and the wider community.
Mrs Cogan said: “I am thrilled that today has gone so well. Now we have to look towards next year to maintain this success and support all our girls individually. Offering an individual education to each student and sound careers advice is the key to a bright future. “I am extremely proud of the achievements of all the girls. It is a true testament to the hard work and dedication of all the pupils, staff and parents.”