The sixth form students from Shrewsbury School are celebrating after being told the news.
Headmaster Mark Turner commented: “We are delighted with this outstanding result and pay tribute to the abilities and hard work of a bright group of pupils.
“This year group is particularly strong in science and this is borne out by 10 pupils receiving offers across a range of science subjects.
“Admission to Oxford and Cambridge is exceptionally challenging and we are pleased that this Shrewsbury talent has been recognised.
“The sixth formers have undergone a rigorous interview process so we congratulate them on their accomplishments. I also want to praise the teachers who gave up so much of their own time to prepare the pupils,” Mr Turner added.
The pupils who have been offered places are: Ed Elcock who will study natural sciences at Cambridge; Xavier Greenwood, classics at Oxford; Sherry Jin, chemistry at Oxford; Seren Kell, biochemistry at Oxford; Mark Lawley, psychology and linguistics at Oxford; Ed Mallett, chemistry at Oxford; Anna Olerinvova, biomedical sciences at Oxford; Rosie Parr, classics at Oxford; Hannah Partington, biomedical sciences at Oxford; Hannah Pritchard, French and English at Oxford; Judah Rand, engineering science at Oxford, James Steele, computer science at Cambridge, Ratanon Suemanothom, going to Oxford to study engineering and Chris Williams, human sciences at Oxford.