Have you ever wondered where your classmates are now? 

Yes, some of the people you've gone to school with may still be living on the same street, some might even be the other side of the world - but was there anyone you remember who became a celebrity? 

Swindon has raised more than its fair share of famous faces. Here are some of the schools they attended: 

Melinda Messenger

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Melinda Messenger (Dominic Lipinski/PA)

Model and television presenter Melinda Messenger is one of Swindon's most-loved celebrities. 

The former glamour model and page three girl presented the hit show Cowboy Builders and  Live from Studio Five.

She grew up in Swindon and attended a few different schools in the area, including The Dorcan Academy, which was Dorcan Technology College in the 80s. 

Matt Mills 

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Retired professional footballer Matt Millls was born and raised in Swindon where he stated his youth career with Swindon Town. 

He lived just 10 minutes from the county Ground until he left when he was 14. He went to school at Bradon Forest Secondary School in Purton.

The defender then moved to Southampton Academy in 1999 and turned professional in 2002, playing for Manchester City, Reading and Nottingham Forest to name a few.

Billie Piper

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Another famous face to have been educated at Bradon Forest is superstar Billie Piper.

At the age of 15, Piper released her debut single "Because We Want To", which made her the youngest artist to enter at number one on the UK Singles Chart.

One of her most famous roles include playing Rose Tyler, companion to The Doctor in Doctor Who between 2005-2006.

St Joseph’s Catholic College

Andrew Pierce

Journalist, broadcaster and Consultant Editor of the Daily Mail, Andrew Pierce was born in Bristol and educated in Swindon.

Pierce was adopted by a family from Swindon and was brought up on a council estate in the town, he attended St Joseph's Roman Catholic School which was known as St Joseph's Catholic College at the time. 

 He is a former Assistant Editor of both The Daily Telegraph and The Times newspapers and an ex-Political Editor of the latter. 

 ierce presented a Sunday morning political radio show on the commercial radio station LBC 97.3 from 2008 until he left in 2012.

He started presenting a Saturday Breakfast show on LBC Radio from 22 March 2014 and his LBC show currently broadcasts on Friday evenings 6–9pm.

Justin Hayward

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Justin Hayward and John Lodge performing in 2014 (Owen Sweeney/Invision/AP).

Justin Hayward is best known as the songwriter, lead singer, and guitarist of the rock band The Moody Blues.

Born on Dean Street in Swindon he attended Commonweal School during the late 50s.

He wrote singles for the Moody Blues including "Nights in White Satin", "Tuesday Afternoon" and "Voices in the Sky".

In 2018, Hayward was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as a member of the Moody Blues.

Do you remember any of these famous faces at your school? Let us know in the comments.