STUDENTS received awards when King James's School, Almondbury, held its annual prizegiving at Huddersfield Town Hall.
The main speaker was Martin Rostron, principal of Greenhead College.
Mr Lamb said the school had many great traditions and a long history of success.
It is waiting for the outcome of a bid for specialist science status.
Mr Lamb said: "Irrespective of the outcome of the bid, King James's is a school that is going places.
"It is no surprise after the successes of last year that it is more and more popular."
Year 7: Rebecca Ellis, Andrew Mellor, Kirsty Searby, Michael Lloyd, Rachel Wolfenden, Samantha Hames, Orren Turner and Duncan Ewart.
Year 8: Elliott Ferryman-Avery, Stacey King, Hannah Williams, Laura Hargreaves, Rachel Henshaw, Craig Thompson, Tamara Lumb and Edward Hall.
Year 9: Henry Radford, Emma Wome, Amy Dickie, Emily Duffy, Michael Ladlow, Emma Harper, Jonathan Gamer and James Gelling.
Year 10: Adam Brook, Lucinda Croft, Rebecca Price, Sofia Sarwar, Debbie Parkinson, Hayley Lynch, Emma Taylor and Siobhan Heagney.