Half of the best ten state schools in the country for A-level attainment are located in the West Midlands.
The schools are all grammars - three of them within Birmingham's King Edward VI Foundation.
Top of the list regionally is King Edward VI Camp Hill School for Boys in Kings Heath, Birmingham, which came sixth nationally.
Grammar schools dominate a list of the top ten performing schools for A levels in the West Midlands as a whole.
The only non-selecting school in the top ten is the comprehensive Thomas Telford School in Shropshire. The list does not include independent schools.