The achievements of students at The Peele Community College at Long Sutton have been recognised.
The college held a special Hollywood-style evening to celebrate the successes of individual pupils.
A spokesperson for the college said the event was “once again a testament to the hard work of both staff and students”.
The students received their GCSE certificates and each department awarded the outstanding student in their subject a certificate and personalised pen.
The Governor’s Award for Outstanding Progress was given to Adrian Rzemenski; the Governor’s Award for Progress went to Katie Griffin; and the Christine Barnes Memorial Award was won by Lochlan Ferguson (pictured left in order).
Speakers were ex-students Sam Handford, Lee Woolmore and Leanne Lowe.
Year 10 pupil Amy Palmer and Year 11 student Jasmine Moore provided the musical entertainment and refreshments were provided by The Friends of the Peele Association.