Thousands of students across the region have picked up their GCSE results this morning.
We've been to find out how some of you have got on.
More than three-thousand children have been brushing up their reading skills over the school holidays by taking part in Cumbria Library Service's Summer Reading Challenge.
The challenge is aimed at encouraging four to eleven year olds to read six or more library books during the holiday.
The nervous wait is over for thousands of students across Cumbria today.
Schools around the county will open for pupils to collect their GCSE results.
Last year the percentage of students in Cumbria achieving five GCSEs including English and maths was higher than the national average.
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Schools throughout Cumbria have been celebrating their students' exam results today.
St Benedict's, in Whitehaven, says 97% of its pupils got three or more A-Levels:
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We've been hearing from some of the region's A level students after receiving their results.
ITV Border's gallery of smiles as students across the region celebrate their A level success this morning.