YSGOL FRIARS headteacher Neil Foden has praised pupils and staff for the best A*-C GCSE pass rate the school has ever seen.
After record-breaking results in last week's A levels, the school has once again enjoyed a landmark morning.
Mr Foden said: "We've got a lot of youngsters who seem pleastanly surprised, and a lot have done better than they expected.
"This is the best ever set of five A*'s - C GCSE's we've had here, which opens up the possibility for pupils to come here for further study at A level.
"We're really proud of what they've achieved and it's a testament to the hard work of the pupils and staff at Ysgol Friars."
Pupils at Ysgol Tryfan performed well "across all quality indicators", according to head tecaher Mr Gwyn Tudur.
He said: "We've had a ver good results across a full ability range. Many will now go on to study at A level or continue to gain vocational qualifications.
"They've been under presuure, they've worked hard, and it's a testament to the hard work of the pupils and parents."
Ysgol Syr Thomas Jones, Amlwch are celebrating "by far" their best ever GCSE results.
This year's crop excelled in mathematics, science, Welsh and English, across all performance indicators.
Headteacher, Mr Huw Emyr Williams said: "It's been by far our best ever set of results.
"Many have done very well, and generally the performance has been excellent.
"We're very happy with our results."
More than 100 pupils will return to study A levels at Ysgol David Hughes after another set of "very good" GCSE results this year.
Headteacher, Dr Brian Jones said: "We are proud of the very good results again this year.
"We are especially proud that no pupil left the school without a recognised qualification.
"The majority of pupils achieved their target grades, and several pupils achieved A*/A grades in every subject."
Holyhead High School broke the nationwide trend by reporting an improvment in students' results.
Nia Wyn Roberts, Assistant Headteacher said: "We are very pleased with the performance of our students this summer. The results reflect the hard work of our students together with the high levels of staff commitment and parental support."