IN PICTURES: Laurelhill Community College opens its doors for prospective students

The recent Laurelhihll Community College Open Night the school was inundated with P6 and P7 pupils from local primary schools eager to explore the facilities and interact with the range of activities on offer.

Wednesday, 23rd January 2019, 10:32 am
Updated Thursday, 7th February 2019, 6:34 pm
At Laurelhill Community College's open night it was selfie time in the Drama Department with some of the Ronnettes from recent production, 'Little Shop of Horrors'.

There was much to see making it a very busy evening for everyone.

Year 9 students in Home Economics were delighted to share their tasty treats with so many visitors at the Laurelhill Community College open night.
Charlie Stinton and Bailie Shaw demonstrating Science experiments to eager P6 and P7 students at the Laurelhill Community College open night.
At Laurlhiill Community College open night Year 12 student Issac O'Brien explaining how he made the Audrey II prop for the recent production 'Little Shop of Horrors'and his GCSE Art.
Discovering that Maths is fun at Laurelhill Community College open night.
Tasty treats courtesy of the Modern Languages Department at Laurelhill Community College's recent open night.
Year 8 students hard at work in the Technology and Design workshops at Laurelhill Community College open night.
As always, the Science Department was very busy on Open Night at Laurelhiill Community College
Visitors had the opportunity to explore the facilities on offer throughout the school at the Laurelhill Community College open night.
Prospective pupils taking time to explore the Music Department and the wide range of extra-curricular activites on offer at Laurelhill Community College.