Thomas White and William Worthy achieved clean sweep of four A*s – with the latter one of five now headed for Oxbridge universities.
Top-performing students were Reece Mascall and Matthew Morrissey, who both achieved a clean sweep of 4 A* grades.
The team from Birchwood High School – Rebecca Bedwell, Kiaya Payne and Amber Owen – won the intermediate competition.
While other schools across the town are silent, with students and staff enjoying the summer holidays, it is all systems go at Avanti Grange.
Summercroft pupil set up a stall selling her toys and cakes, including bakes by classmate Joshua Woolnough.
The 5-year-old heard about Ukrainian refugees at school so was up with the lark squeezing lemons for home-made lemonade to sell.
The Parsonage Lane secondary was said to be in "advanced talks" with Bishop's Stortford FC over hiring out its Pearse House field.
Catholic primary's pre-school was set to close its doors following the retirement of much-loved managers Anne Jarrett and Nicola Murray.
Simon Etheridge said: "Bishop's Stortford Food Bank is a truly outstanding charity with, and for, wonderful people."
Schools scrapped events, relaxed uniform rules and even closed earlier during Tuesday's heatwave amid Met Office red alert for extreme heat.
Jacky McCormick began her career as a nursery nurse, fresh out of college, at the former Havers Infants in 1977.
Summercroft pupil not only donated her hair but also climbed Mount Snowdon to raise almost £1,500 for charity to turn her locks into wigs.
Hayley Lynskey, who has run school clubs in Stortford for 19 years, faces uncertain future after being diagnosed with rare form of cancer.
As temperatures head towards a record 40C and Met Office issues first ever red alert for extreme heat, four secondaries are set to remain open.
An "exceptional hot spell" on Monday and Tuesday is set to lead to "widespread impacts on people and infrastructure".