Cornwall's most westerly secondary school is hoping to set up a high achievers board to highlight the success of former pupils.
Cape Cornwall School is eager to hear how former pupils are doing to start the board.
There is no set criteria and the school says it wants to hear from a wide range of people who have gone on to achieve great things, whether it be on the sports field, academically or in their careers.
Lorna Kellas, from the school, said: "Our pupils, past and present are a fantastically talented bunch, and we wanted to celebrate this.
"We hope it serves as extra inspiration to our current pupils and will be a great way to encourage our past students to keep in touch. It's amazing to see what great things can come from such an amazing small school."
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