The Hutton Grammar school pupil collected eight top grade 9s at GCSE, one grade 8 and two A*s from the Liverpool Road school in the summer.
However, his English literature paper was only one mark off a top grade nine. After a re-mark of the paper he has been awarded that extra mark and so now has a clean sweep of nine grade 9s and two A*s.
This puts Alfie among an elite group of high fliers around the country who got all grade 9s in their GCSE, and, Alfie can also add A*s in IT and further maths to his credits
There were only of 426 students in the country who achieved 10 or more grade 9s in all of their 9-1 graded subjects. Only a third of those were boys, making Alfie one of only 142.
He said: " I was terrified as I was opening the envelope with my results in - I felt like I was in the midst of having a panic attack!.
"Now I am aware that I achieved a clean sweep of 10 grade 9s in all my 9-1 subjects, I'm just glad all my hard work paid off. I hope that these results and my A levels in two years time will help open doors for me to study medicine at university."
He is now at Hutton Sixth Form studying maths, biology, chemistry and physics – as well as an EPQ.