Talented actor Craig McCorquodale is the third S6 pupil to be accepted into the world renowned Royal Conservatoire of Scotland - making it a Hutchesons' hat-trick.
Craig, who is currently starring in the School's production of Chekhov's Uncle Vanya, will study for a BA (Hons) in Contemporary Performance Practice.
He will join fellow S6 pupils - drummer Rachel McKenzie and pianist Alexander Maxwell - who have won places on the Tommy Smith Jazz Course at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland.
The performing arts institution was ranked 6th in the world this week and famous alumni include David Tennant, Alan Cumming, Melody Grove, Sir David McVicar, Crystal Clarke, Sophie Martin, James McAvoy and Kirsty Wilson-Cairns.
Head of Drama Mrs Alderson said: "We are very proud of Craig and delighted that his unique talent and ability has been recognised."
Well done Craig.