COLNE Valley High School students were rewarded at the annual presentation evening.
The event celebrated the achievements of last year's Year 11 and their contribution to the School's eighth consecutive year of improved results.
The guest speaker was Mr Martin Rostron, principal of Greenhead College, who supported the school's aims to raise attainment even further and encourage wider participation in higher education through links with the college.
Headteacher Mrs Linda Wright recognised the proud tradition of Comprehensive Education at Colne Valley, especially as the school will shortly be celebrating its 50th Anniversary.
Mrs Wright underlined the importance of the local school working within its community and the value of a broad and balanced education.
Award winners included:
English - Jodie Bamforth; Beryl Baxter Award for Mathematics - Elizabeth Thornton; Science - Rebecca Booth; Humanities - Esme Rowley; Modern Languages - Grace Holmes; Technology - Samuel Tate; Art - Bethany Baud; Music - Hal Crossland; Drama - Harrison Kelly; Physical Education - Jordon Peel; Vocational Education- Holly Wright; Outstanding Academic Achievement - Thomas Oakley; Carol Bamforth Trophy for Exceptional Personal Qualities - Lucy King; West Yorkshire Police Award for Community Service - Daniel Greenhough; Headteacher's Award - Thomas Oakley.