The college in Westminster Bridge Road, Waterloo was recognised for the advancement made by students between the end of Key Stage 4 and upon completing their A-level studies.
Also known as value-added scores, the results compare similar students across the nation to determine the positioning of each college.
DLD College London principal, Irfan Latif said: “We are delighted to be commended as one of the top 5 per cent of colleges nationally for the significant step change in student attainment from when they joined the college, to the results they achieve at A-level.”
The college has an open evening on February 28, from 5 to 7pm.
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