It's a big slap on the back for brainbox Tom Daley, who has aced his A-levels.
The Olympic diver has achieved an A* in photography and As in Spanish and maths.
The bronze medallist sat his final exams at Plymouth College in June.
Sharing his results with his 2.4 million Twitter followers, he posted a 36-second video talking about the grades. WATCH the video above.
He told fans: "Okay, so just got my A-level results on email which is the most nerve-wracking thing ever, having to open that and see it come through.
"But anyway, I opened it and I have now officially got an A* in photography, A in Spanish and an A in maths, so very happy with that. I never have to go to school ever again. I am kind of going to miss it but I mean I'm very happy to come away with straight As and yeah, very happy.
"Now it's time to kind of enjoy the rest of my world trip."
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He previously picked up A grade A-levels in photography and Spanish and an A grade AS-level in maths.
Tom should have left school last summer but delayed some of his studies to train for the Olympics.
He previously picked up A-grade A-levels in photography and Spanish and an A-grade AS-level in maths.
He began studying at Plymouth College in April 2009, when, as a 15-year-old, he was taken out of Plymouth's state-run Eggbuckland Community College after saying he was being bullied.
The star is currently backpacking after landing his own ITV2 fly-on-the-wall show.
'Tom's World Trip' will follow him on his adventures across the globe with best friend Sophie, and will air later this year.