Newspaper article Evening Gazette (Middlesbrough, England)

From Sport to Science - All the Successes from College; Macmillan College

Newspaper article Evening Gazette (Middlesbrough, England)

From Sport to Science - All the Successes from College; Macmillan College

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MACMILLAN Academy - formerly known as Macmillan College - has racked up success in many areas, both in and out of the curriculum, over the years since it was founded in 1989.

Our archive pictures here, which span 1999-2004, show just a handful of these high points, as well as showing everyday school life at the college.

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Macmillan pupils in a Science lab, February 2004

Natasha Maguder's stained glass window artwork was to be fitted at the school in 2000

Students sent 280 shoe boxes full of toys to children in Eastern Europe for Christmas in 2001

Joseph Bates, left, and Aleem Iqbal, were on their way to Cambridge University, 2004

Student Gemma Lynch was off to the USA to take part in an engineering experience in 2001

Anthony Bibby, picked for the England Under-16s rugby squad in 2001

Macmillan's runners-up girls, Middlesbrough Football Community Project league, were presented trophies by young Boro stars Andrew Davies and Stewart Downing, in 2004

The Year 10 rugby team celebrate winning the North-east Merit League, National Technology College's Cup and Cleveland County Rugby Cup in May 2000

James Peers, 14, tries bass guitar while, left, Chris Joyce gets shown the basics by Yamaha's Mick Sweeney

Students Joe Tunney and Hollie Wilson with studio technician Simon Campbell-Wilson in the school's TV studio in 2002

Students' artwork, 2004

Matt Alan teaches the students a few basic beats, 2000

The boys' athletic team reached the finals for the TSB athletics cup and qualified for the national final in 1999

Students who put on a performance of Grease found out how energetic their parents' styles

Laura Hamilton, 12, passed her Spanish GCSE in 2000

Kaboddi was tried out by pupils in 2000

Students including Scott Hudson, front, helped Stockton Salvation Army by giving around 500 tins of food for the needy over Christmas in 2002

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