The Royal Society of Chemistry organised a chemistry competition for school pupils at the University of Hull, and Team Malet took second place against teams from across the East Riding.
Stevie, Grace, Mia and Lily were chosen by science teacher, Mr Smith, to represent the school in the competition, and he chose them for their enthusiasm and grasp of the subject.
He said, "They were up against tough competition from seven other schools, including Hymers and Hull Collegiate.
"Their fantastic knowledge and great teamwork - which was highlighted by judges - helped them secure second place.
"I was very proud of them and their performance."
Year 9 pupil Mia found the some of the activities difficult, but enjoyed the chance to apply the skills they had been learning in class.
"We had to complete a few different activities as a team, including identifying elements and a distillation practical, and we worked really well together.
"We all realised we knew more than we thought and got to use the knowledge we have built up in our science classes.
"The test was the hardest, but we were really pleased to have Stevie on our team. She scored the highest score of any Year 11 pupil in the Hull competition which was amazing."
Congratulations on your hard work!