Since leaving the Maidstone Campus in the mid-1990s with A-levels in Communication Studies and English, Caroline Feraday has gone on to enjoy an exciting and varied career in television and radio.
With one of the most recognisable voices in British entertainment, Caroline started her career at BBC Radio Kent before moving on to more lucrative positions at Capital FM, BBC Radio 5 Live, GMTV, Sky News and countless others.
She is also one of the most sought-after voiceover artists in the country, having lent her vocal talents to a wide range of products including Citroen, Xbox, Bathstore and many more.
One of MidKent College's true success stories, Caroline returned in 2008 as guest of honour at the Annual Student Awards ceremony.
Twin brothers Jody (above left) and Bayo Furlong have come a long way since their days studying A-level English and History at the Maidstone Campus.
Following a short period appearing in commercials and music videos, Jody turned his hand to casting and alongside Bayo – who worked many jobs including as a TV extra – the siblings launched The Eye casting and model agency in 2007.
Jody was the co-presenter of the BBC Three shows Find Me The Face (2008) and Hot Like Us (2011), and was also one of the judges of the natural beauty competition on Lorraine Live (2012).
Meanwhile, Bayo's starring role came as a judge on the Sky Living show Signed By Katie Price (2011).
The Furlongs studied at MidKent College from 1990-1992.
A rising star in world athletics, 400m runner/hurdler Jack Green has been tipped for the very top by many within the athletics circle.
Mentored by former Olympic silver medalist Kriss Akabusi, Jack enjoyed his breakout year in 2011 by winning a gold medal in the European U23 Championships and representing Team GB at the World Championships in Daegu, South Korea.
The rapid-fire star also competed at the London 2012 Olympics, where he bounced back from a disappointing performance in the 400m hurdle semi-finals to help clinch a fourth place finish in the 4x100m final.
Now residing in Bath, Jack studied on the National Diploma in Sport and Exercise Sciences course at the Maidstone Campus from September 2008 to July 2010.