Two students from Spalding Grammar School have been offered places to study law at Cambridge University.
Luke Cowdell came to the sixth from Thomas Cowley High School in Donington and Alexander Dormor has come through the Grammar and is also deputy head boy.
Luke told the Free Press: “I applied to Christ’s College to study Law, and was pleasantly surprised by the interview process.
“I was expecting it to be rather tense. However it was not like that. I met with students applying for various courses, all in a similar situation to myself which helped me relax.
“I was more than overjoyed when I found out.”
Alex said: “I applied to Trinity College to study law because of its architecture and prestige, and also because I’d written an essay for a prize at that particular college.
“The interview process was a lot more relaxed and friendly than I was expecting, and not in line with some of the stories of other peoples’ experiences; I just sat with my two interviewers on sofas and chairs and discussed a legal scenario for about half an hour.
“It’s great to have been offered a place and to have friends who received offers as well. Now I’ve just got to get the grades.”