FORMER students returned to Worthing College to celebrate their exam results last Tuesday
Many students from the 2012/2013 academic year had returned from university to collect their A level and BTEC certificates.
There was also an awards ceremony for 15 students nominated as ‘outstanding’ by their teachers.
Prize-winners included 17-year-old Remy Naylor, who attended the college early from Durrington High School.
Remy achieved 3 A*s and an A in his A level exams and is now studying at Cambridge.
An overall award for outstanding contribution to the college went to Lisa Whiting who is now studying philosophy at Durham University.
Awards were also given to recognise hard work and motivation.
College principal Peter Corrigan said: “Students who left in 2013 produced a fantastic set of A Level and BTEC results, with over 60% of students gaining places at university.
“Former students are now pursuing careers in both higher educations as well as in employment.
“This was a fantastic celebration of the success of our students and the hard work and dedication of our talented staff.”