Ivybridge Community College Death: Eleventh grade student died from suicide in Ivybridge, Plymouth

Ivybridge Community mourns college student who passed awayfollowing battle with depression and mental anxieties

Ivybridge Community College Suicide Investigations – An Ivybridge Community College student has passed away. The Ivybridge Community in Plymouth, England is mourning the tragic death of a beloved student and teenager who died from an apparent suicide over the weeked. According to reports, a dedicated, cheerful, and energetic 11th grade student was pronounced dead from what is being investigated as a self-inflicted injury.

According to reports, the incident occurred over the weekend. The student who has only being identified as a student of Plymouth’s Ivybridge Community College on Harford Rd, Ivybridge PL21, was said to have battled depression and anxieties. He was described by friends and classmates as a smart student. The family has not confirmed the claims of bullying being the reason for the tragic incident.

The identity of the student involved is being withheld due to family’s privacy. Anyone who is having suicidal thoughts is urged to contact the LifeLine here.

Ivybridge Community College – Ivybridge Community College is an educational institution that operates as both a state-funded secondary school and academy, located in the town of Ivybridge in the county of Devon, England. Situated on the southern inclines of Dartmoor, this educational institution caters to pupils residing within a radius of around 100 square miles in the South Hams region. These students are drawn from a total of 14 primary schools that contribute to the enrollment of this institution.

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