SIXTH formers have made money work for Myton Hospice.
Prior to the coronavirus outbreak eight Warwick School students were set the challenge to grow £100 for the charity.
They were among five other schools set the challenge.
And while individual results are not yet known, Myton students raised more than £1,000 in six weeks.
They organised a raffle, doughnut sale, clothes sale, charity run and placed donation buckets around the school.
The winners of the challenge are set to be announced soon.
A Myton spokesman said: The Warwick School team generated more than £1,000 which was amazing, with some fantastic fundraising ideas.
“Unfortunately, due to the current situation we have not been able to announce the final results of the challenge and present awards, but we hope to do this in the not too distant future.”