ALL Saints High School at Bradley Bar has held its annual awards evening.
An invited audience watched as students were rewarded for academic, artistic, sporting and musical achievements as well as contributions to school life and commitment to study.
Four special prizes were also presented.
The Lindsey Taylor Prize was given to Christopher Coulter, for his determination in making the greatest improvement during the year.
The Parents and Friends of All Saints Prize was given to Kim Pettie, for her efforts to succeed in all aspects of school life.
The Arts Prize went to Patrick Milner and the Music Prize to Joe Murray.
A total of 105 students attended the event.
Fr Ian Smith, parish priest of St Brigid's Church and the school's chaplain, told students to aim high in life while retaining values and a sense of purpose.
Head teacher Miss Mary Nixon said: "This is very much a night to recognise the wealth of talent and commitment within the student body, of which we are very proud."