PUPILS at Brighouse High School were rewarded for outstanding achievement at their junior awards evening.
Youngsters now in Year 10 were presented with awards for prowess in the classroom or on the sports field.
Addressing parents and students, head teacher Graham Soles said: "Brighouse High has enjoyed another highly successful year.
"Pupils and staff have produced outstanding success in all facets of school life."
He added: "We set enormous store in developing every aspect of a child's potential and extra-curricular activities and visits are significant features of life here."
Mr Soles praised the commitment and dedication of staff in providing out-of-class events.
Brighouse High has just become a specialist Business and Enterprise school.
Next week, the new enterprise and learning resource centre opens.
It will replace the old library.
Mr Soles went on: "The school is already being recognised as a centre of innovation and entrepreneurial excellence through our links with the community and local firms."
Notable prizewinners were: April O'Meara, Martyn Dyson, Stacey Holmes, Lindsey Halliday, Benjamin Spivey, Francis Lootes and Natalie Cook.
They received awards for outstanding achievement in Sats tests they took at the end of the last academic year.
Jennifer Hutchinson won awards for physical education, religious education and modern languages.
Loren Ridehalgh achieved success in history, geography and religious education.
Martyn Dyson won three awards - for maths, technology and religious education.
Zoe McCullagh was rewarded for successes in art and design, religious education and modern languages.