Meragang Sixth Form Centre (PTEM) welcomed some 330 students with a singing of the national anthem, recitation of Doa and reading of the school oath yesterday.
Principal Moss bin Mat Juni said the school looks forward to working and helping new students achieve their academic goals.
The school song, he said, reflects the values and aspirations of the school community.
The school aspires to be a leading sixth form institution known for academic excellence and preparing students for future success, said the PTEM team, adding that experienced and qualified teachers allow the school to provide a dynamic and innovative learning environment.
The school’s state-of-the-art facilities support students with the resources to achieve academic success.
The school also offers a range of extracurricular activities that help students develop their social skills and pursue their interests.
PTEM students also have the opportunity to participate in various leadership and community service programmes and the centre is committed to ensuring that students have access to the latest technologies and digital resources such as laptops and high-speed Internet connectivity.
Yesterday also saw the dissolving of the previous parents-teacher association and the re-election of its new members.