Where are they now?

We love hearing from former students who have gone on to do great things! Below you can see what some of our alumni are up to now.


Student success

Jono Holmes

Jono Holmes

Jono started at Itchen College in 2006 and left with A-levels in media, English and geography. Jono was a regular contributor to Itchen Radio during his time with us.

After going on to study at university, Jono now hosts the Capital FM Breakfast Show and his show is heard by thousands of listeners across the south coast.

Sam Andrews

Sam Andrews

Sam's time at Itchen College set her up to study at the University of Cambridge and graduated in 2014 with first class honours before further graduating from Cambridge in 2017 with a PhD in Psychology. 

She know works as a lecturer at Keele University teaching students in Developmental Psychology.

Whilst at Itchen, Sam achieved three 3 A* grades at A-level in English, Psychology and Sociology.  

Joe Prince-Wright

Joe Prince-Wright

Joe was with us at Itchen between 2005 and 2007 and gained A-levels in Geography, English Language and Physical Education and it would be the latter two which he would combine in his future career.

His football and academic skills saw him move to the US to study Journalism and Communications at the University of Pittsburgh and to play college soccer.

After working for the BBC, Joe is now the lead writer and editor at NBC Sports in America and is regularly seen on TV talking about the Premier League.

David Fuller

David Fuller

After leaving Itchen, David went on to study Politics with Economics at the University of Bath and then went on to be elected as one of the youngest Councillors at the Southampton City Council.

David represents the Bitterne Park ward and also works as a Parliamentary assistant to Southamton Itchen MP Royston Smith.

Whilst at Itchen, David studied politics, history, ancient history, photography and religious studies and was also vice-president of the Students' Union.