Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings. Data submitted by schools to the Telegraph on Results Day can now be viewed in our searchable table, showing the results of 327 state schools across the country.Please note that these are provisional results and do not include re-marks. Therefore, final results may be slightly higher than the figures shown here. Independent school results will be published separately, later in the month.Queen Elizabeth’s School in Hertfordshire has once again topped the league tables as the best performing school for A-levels.The north London boys’ grammar school, founded in 1573, recorded a rate of 98.84 per cent of grades at A* to B, an increase on last year’s results. Neil Enright, headmaster of Queen Elizabeth’s, said: “The performance has really been stellar across all subjects and I am very grateful to the bright and capable staff who teach here.”Our boys are fun to be around and enjoyable to teach. They constantly evince a hunger for intellectual argument and for knowledge; they are keen to stretch themselves. In addition, they are involved in many pursuits outside of lessons, including sport, the performing arts and other non-academic activities.”The Henrietta Barnett School, rose from third in the table last year with 93.81 per cent to second this year, with 95.89 per cent of students achieving A* to B.KeyGender: B – Boys, G – Girls, M – MixedSchool Type: C – Comprehensive, G – Grammar, PS – Partially selective, SFC – Sixth Form College Use our searchable A-level results table below to find out the A-level results from over 320 state schools across the country, including the percentage of subject entries graded A*/A/B or equivalent.The Telegraph school league tables are created using data submitted by schools on A-level results day. A table of independent schools will be published on Saturday 27 August while official results for every school in the country appear in January. On August 18, more than 300,000 pupils from England, Wales and Northern Ireland collected their A-level results.According to official figures, the gap between boys and girls achieving the top A* grades narrowed this year, with male students gaining 8.5 per cent of top A* grades compared with 7.7 per cent for females.It also emerged that the proportion of top grades (A*-A) fell by 0.1 percentage point to 25.8 per cent compared to 25.9 per cent last year.