Former Darwen student praises school
12:55pm Wednesday 21st August 2013 in News
A FORMER Darwen Aldridge Community Academy student who is about to go on to university praised his former school in an online blog.
Liam Dargan, who started out as a pupil at Darwen Moorland High School before its transition to academy and the move to Sudell Road, will start at London’s Kingston University to study graphic design.
The Waterfield Avenue youngster set up his own business from the academy’s entrepreneurship bridge and has already built up a solid list of clients, including the school itself.
On his website at www.liam dargan.co.uk, he said: “Darwen Aldridge Community Academy has been an absolutely amazing place to study.
“Staying on at Sixth Form probably contributed to the brilliant relationship I built up with many of my teachers.
“Over the past few years I have been overwhelmed with amazing opportunities offered both within the school, and through contacts that the school has made.”
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