Grant success

By Ballyclare High School on 30 November, 2021

Congratulations again to Mrs K Young who has successfully applied and received a grant from the British science association. This grant will allow schools to run and resource STEM projects […]

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Science Success

By Ballyclare High School on 16 October, 2020

Congratulations to our science department and in particular Mrs Young on securing funding from Smallpeice trust’s #IAMSET programme. The Smallpeice trust is an educational charity that has been around since […]

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Sad news

By Ballyclare High School on 20 March, 2020

It is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of our esteemed colleague and senior teacher Dr Austin Millar. Dr Millar was an integral part of all that Ballyclare […]

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STEM Ambassadors Initiative

By Ballyclare High School on 27 January, 2020

  18 of our Sixth form students today become STEM ambassadors. One of the first schools nationally to have this opportunity we are excited to be involved. This new initiative […]

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QUB Information Evening

By Ballyclare High School on 10 October, 2018

QUB will be holding an information evening for those pupils interested in studying Audio Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Civil, Structural and Environmental Engineering, Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, […]

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STEMQUEST competition

By Ballyclare High School on 27 February, 2018

Congratulations to our Year 10 team who came runner up in the finals of the STEMQUEST competition at Titanic Belfast recently. They were narrowly beaten in the final round but […]

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Sentinus Young Innovators Success

By Ballyclare High School on 16 June, 2017

Maya Lutton and Rebekah Hennessey in Year 9.   Maya and Rebekah entered a science project into Sentinus Young Innovators at UUJ which investigated the best natural cleaning product to […]

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Big Bang Schools Event

By Ballyclare High School on 27 April, 2017

In March we hosted the Big Bang @ schools event where Scott Marley, an astrophysicist from Imperial College London, presented an interactive show entitled “A journey through the Universe” for […]

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