Students at Barnfield South were celebrating their achievements at the Academy’s annual certificate evening.
Talented pupils were given trophies to mark their academic success.
The principal’s achievement award went to Oliver Huseyin, who netted a double distinction star in forensic science. His efforts earned him a place at Loughborough University to fulfil his dream of studying human biology.
Lucy Collier was presented with the chief executive award for Year 13, with former head girl Kennedy Lewis winning the Year 11 award.
Other accolades included one to Lauren Hill, part of a group of Barnfield Sixth Form students nominated for a Young People of the Year Award for their involvement in a Ugandan aid project. She was a deserving recipient of the trophy for services to the academy, Year 13.
Principal Cathy Barr said: “The awards recognise all the hard work they put into their studies and their accomplishments.”