Harrogate Grammar School pupils joined staff and guest speaker David Shields of Welcome to Yorkshire at the town’s Royal Hall for its Celebration of Achievement ceremony.
Headmaster Richard Sheriff said: “Despite all the changes to exams and the constant chopping and changing of education policy this year our students did superbly both at GCSE and A level gaining some of the best results in the school’s history.
“But along with the enormous efforts of the young people, and the support from you at home, success requires the commitment and skill of great teachers and support staff.
“I would like to thank the exceptional people who work so hard to make our school so special.”
The Harrington Cup for Physics, Hannah Robson; The John Mitchell Cup for Most Promising Engineering Student, Elliot Steele; The Andrew Shield for History, Daniel Selwyn; The Hitchin Prize for English, Clare Margerison; The S Nixon Prize for English Literature, Florence Duff; The Traher Cup for Endeavour, Charlie Rumford; The John Hall Prize for Mathematics, Lucy Crocker; The Henry Hall Prize for Chemistry, Jade O’Connor; School Prize for Poetry Writing, Daniel David; The John Cliffe Memorial Prize for Music, Matthew Homburg; The Pierson Prize for Biology, Jessica Pieri; The Mike Thurlow Prize for Creative Writing, Ailsa Mummery; The Christine Converey Memorial Prize For French, Lucy Stokoe; The Alex Foulkes Memorial Award for Participation in Extra-Curricular Activities, Ryan Smith; The Yvonne Lawton Award for Outstanding Participation in Religious Studies, Emma Ball; The Home Owners Friendly Society Applied Business (Business Studies) Award, Carl Hassan; The Yorkshire Bank Prize for Enterprise, Molly Mordue; The School Prize for Peer Support, Milly Downing; The Sixth Form Millennium Prize for Endeavour, Jessica Langstaff; The Haighton-Smith Awards for Working For Others, Danya Ali, Andrew Burchell, Naimh Hutchinson, Adrian Kristiansen, Isobel Wood; The Rachel Bennett Memorial Prize for Charity Work, Elena Harrington; The Theology Prize, Leah Buckle; The Jonathan Cook Memorial Prize for Art, Harriette Rymer; The Susan Allinson Music Award, Aimee Wood; The Jennings Junior English Prize KS3, Achele Agada; The Jennings Junior English Prize KS4, Jack Mitchell; The Farres Prize for Further Mathematics, Hugo Strauss; J Neville Knox Prize for Religious Studies, Michael Lewis; The Anderson Prize for Music Zachary Neal; The Junior Award for Speech & Drama, Sam Daltry; The Angie Letts Memorial Prize, Harry Cornell; The M Thompson Memorial Prize for Endeavour KS3, Michael Clark, Katherine Shrimpton; The M Thompson Memorial Prize for Endeavour KS4, Jamie Booth, Marissa Lloyd; The Marston Junior Netball Trophy Hattie Wheat; The Rasbury Senior Netball Trophy, Kirsten Traynor; The Steven Goulding Memorial Shield for Rugby, Dean Bailey; Senior Victor Ludorum, Ben Finney; Senior Victrix Ludorum, Emily Dunne; Junior Victor Ludorum, George Smail; Junior Victrix Ludorum, Danielle Henderson; The Rounders Award, Danielle Henderson; The Jonathan Hubbard Award for Swimming, Lauryn Dean; The Shenton Trophy for Sporting Achievement, Lauryn Dean; Girls Junior Athletics Trophy, Millie Gray; Girls Intermediate Athletics Trophy, Ciara Martin; Boys Junior Athletics Trophy, Jacques Maurice; Boys Intermediate Athletics Trophy, Louis Maurice; The R G Stearne Prize for Sport, Gareth Traynor; The Hollis Cup for Sporting Achievement, Edwyn Oliver-Evans; The Andrew Woodthorpe Shield, Max Simmons; The Ashley Cook Memorial Prize Harry Morgan; The Lancaster Cup for Endeavour in Sport, Mia Gair; The Maunder Cup for Endeavour in Sport, George Hampson; The Ellis Cup for Cricket, George Hampson; The Dan Birch Trophy for Senior Football, Nathan Merchant; The Dan Birch Trophy for Junior Football, Sam Webb; The Jehn Award for Volleyball, Kate Petty; The ETTA Award for Table Tennis, Tom Greenwood; Peer Support Prize, Archie Griffiths; The Richard Meyler Award for Senior Speech & Drama, Oliver Thomlinson; The Katie Layton Music Trophy, Ethan Flynn; The Faye Bland Memorial Prize for Endeavour, Megan Garner; The Gideon Cuckle Award for Computing, Charlie Marcus; The Four Friends Memorial Prize for Endeavour, Lucy Atkinson, George Irvine, Amelia Mearns, Jessica Vennings-Brown; The Jane Stuart Memorial Prize for Charity Work, Jonathan Fisk; The T H Lusher Prize for Mathematics, Joel Flynn; The Hopkinson Cup for Debating and Public Speaking , Joel Flynn; The Paul Andrew Cup for Debating (Lower School), William Giddings.