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Carrickfergus College
110 North Road, BT38 7QX,UK Carrickfergus
Tel. 028 9336 2347, Fax: 028 93367136

Welcome to Carrickfergus College

Thank you for taking time to explore the College website. I hope you find it interesting and informative.

The college was officially opened in May 1960 and has a current enrolment in excess of 750 students. An extensive academic curriculum and extra mural programme is enthusiastically delivered by some 52 teachers. Pupils of a wide range of abilities benefit from their educational experience at the College, where, through high expectations and standards, pupils are encouraged and helped to reach their individual potential.

Derek Campbell - School Principal


It is essential that young people have the opportunity to develop personal and interpersonal skills and this is achieved through a strong pastoral curriculum supported by caring staff. We firmly believe that the totality of experiences encountered throughout five or seven years at the College, equip our young people with the academic and social skills necessary for success in third level education, the world of work and the global community.

Whilst the website gives some insight into College life, the best experience is to come and visit the school at an open evening or by appointment with myself. You might even hear our award winning UTV Choir of the Year, or catch a competitive sporting fixture at our extensive playing fields.

Best wishes for now

Derek Campbell

Mission Statement

Our mission is to provide a diverse and challenging range of quality experiences, delivered by caring, professional staff, in a well ordered environment. In partnership with parents, we will enable young people to discover and develop their academic, artistic, physical and social skills and they will acquire the knowledge to make informed choices in career, moral, spiritual and health related issues. The skills needed for independent and lifelong learning will be honed and the totality of their experiences at the College will empower them to shape their futures and become fully integrated in to the ever changing local and global communities.

School Aims:

  1. Develop enquiring minds and be capable of informed choices.
  2. Achieve their potential in all areas of the curriculum.
  3. Be enabled with skills and qualities needed for independent and lifelong learning.
  4. Develop personal attributes and social skills for citizenship
  5. Realise their self worth and develop high self-esteem.
  6. Learn how to behave responsibly, respecting themselves, others and the environment

Carrickfergus College School Choir


UTV School Choir of the Year Logo

Our choir is one of the most successful Secondary School Choirs in Northern Ireland. We have increased our numbers from 13 girls in 1996 to 88 in 2004.

We regularly compete in UTV Choir of the Year and have been winners or runners-up since its inception. We have also won the NEELB Section every year.

Presentation of School Choir of the Year Award

Presentation of the School Choir of the Year Award

Local musical festivals form an important part of the choir’s engagements as does singing in the community at Primary Schools, Nursing Homes and Carol Services.

Year 8 pupils are encouraged to join the choir and participate in an engaging and satisfying choral experience. (And you get a badge!)


Carrickfergus College School Choir 2003

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