Well fancy that. Boys get A-level results too? We never realised...
After years of dominating the headlines and front pages, the girls have been pushed to one side and the boys are barging through.
One school even staged their own "jumping in the air with A-level results" photo shoot, with its headteacher proudly tweeting:
This is your moment to shine boys!
Students from the left; Theodore Zobas, Rob Johns, Garth Williams, Callum Cockbill and Sam Crossland celebrate after receiving their A-Level results at Hillsborough College, Sheffield. Credit: PA
King Edward VI School: Joe Frost four A*s, Daniel Jones, four A*s, Daniel Place three A*s (all going to Cambridge) and Jack Barber, three A*s, going to Oxford, all 18.
Konstantin Ermakov, 19, a student at Havering College in Hornchurch celebrates with his results after gaining an A in Russian and B's in film and media. Credit: PA
(From the left) Thomas Hughes, Euan Campbell, Richard Moon, Joshua Stedman and Joe Mason celebrate their A-level results at the Abingdon School in Oxfordshire. Credit: PA
Jack Perkins, from Newark, reacts after receiving his A-level results at the Capital FM Arena, Nottingham. Credit: PA
Student Garth Williams, 19, celebrates gaining an apprenticeship with Tata Steel after receiving his A-Level results at Hillsborough College, Sheffield. Credit: PA
Eli Ingle, 19, from Sheffield who has been taught at home since he was 13 and says his exam successes show it is possible to be educated at home right up to A-level. Credit: PA
Undated Queen's College handout of Blair Brown with his medal after winning the 2000m steeplechase at the English Schools' Track and Field Championships last month who achieved a string of top A-level grades today. Credit: PA