A new Sixth Form Centre, featuring a range of extensive facilities, has been officially opened at Cullybackey College.
The original Centre has been transformed and now provides a host of new facilities to enable focused A-level success.
A spokesperson for the College said it is “indebted to the skills of technical support staff, who
have created such a fabulous new learning environment”, adding that “the dramatic increase in Sixth Form enrolment reflects the continuing success of GCSE and A-Level students”.
The new Centre was unveiled by Head Girl Ruth Barkley and Head Boy James Gailey in the presence of former pupil, the Deputy Mayor of Mid & East Antrim, Cllr Timothy Gaston; Frances McKinney, Education Authority representative, as well as Governors and staff.
The occasion also celebrated the valuable work of current and former Governors and past Principal Robert Boyd presented a gift to the former Governors.