Students at Buxton Community School have been celebrating success in their GCSEs.
There were some excellent performances by students including: Amy Beresford (10A* and 2 A grades), Esme Maddison-Pendlebury (7A* and 4 A grades), Lucy Evans (8A* and 5 A grades), Oliver Hawley (9A* and 2 A grades), Alex Lea (8A* and 3 A grades), Jacob Kalnins-Holtom (7A* and 4 A grades), Alex Paul (7A* and 4 A grades), Lucy Kelly (6A* and 5 A grades), Lilly Davies (3A* and 7A grades) and Becca Wood (4A* and 5 A grades).
Together, the top ten performing students gained 69A* and 39 A grades between them.
Headteacher Craig Yates said he was: “Really proud of the whole year group who worked incredibly hard throughout their time at Buxton Community School and you can see that in the amazing levels of achievement for some of our individual students.
“We are equally pleased with the results of every student who can now go to college, start an apprenticeship or go in to a job.
“Of course, a lot of our year 11 students are not leaving us and we are really looking forward to seeing how well they can do as part of our sixth form.”
The school is holding an open evening on September 24 starting at 6pm.