An 'own clothes' day at Helsby High School has raised more than £3,000 in memory of Alex Tattersall.
Students, families and staff donated a staggering £3308.46 towards the Walton Centre Charity in support of their neurosurgery trauma unit.
Alex, 16, and a sixth former at the school, passed away in hospital on December 18, 2015, after being fatally injured in a road accident.
Headteacher John Dowler said the fundraising had been inspired and led by her friends.
Pupils in Years 7-11 were invited to come in school in their own clothes, while sixth formers wore their old uniform on February 12.
Mr Dowler said: “The amount raised is a measure of the love and affection that everyone held for Alex.
“It is also a reflection of the amazing commitment and generosity of our students, their families and the staff at Helsby High School.
“Once again I am extremely proud of the whole school community.”
Alex, from Manley, was cared for at the neurosurgery unit at the Walton Centre after the accident. The specialist neuroscience hospital treats more than 100,000 patients a year.
A Virgin Money donation page in her memory can be found by clicking HERE.