A Sixth Form that aspires, believes and achieves

Drumragh Integrated College is a student-centred college

Drumragh Integrated College is a uniquely vibrant, diverse and exciting place to study at Advanced Level. We are a student-centred college in that we believe academic success requires both the expert teacher guidance you would associate with demanding courses, and a large emphasis on emotional health and wellbeing. We believe that to be truly successful at Advanced Level it is necessary to cater for all student needs and that every student has a fundamental right to an excellent education. We work hard to get to know our students, and to develop positive and honest relationships based on mutual trust and respect. We maintain that long term academic success is dependant on short term high standards and expectations, and so staff and students co-operate to achieve common objectives.

The Sixth Form at Drumragh Integrated College leads by example. We are role models to our younger pupils and so we conduct ourselves according to the principles of integration – to respect ourselves, to respect each other, to respect our environment and always to learn to the best of our ability. We are proud of the social, cultural and religious identities of all of our young people, for whom we believe that we provide a shining example of integration in practice and a quality of education that is second to none. A very high proportion of our leaving students apply to university, most gaining access to their first choice institutions and courses. When our students leave at eighteen they are mature, thoughtful and have an appreciation of how to be caring, productive citizens, capable of contributing to the betterment of Northern Irish society. The Sixth Form at Drumragh Integrated College is a happy, thriving environment and a place of real learning. We look forward to welcoming you.

“An amazing experience. The college has looked after me, encouraged and supported me throughout. I leave for university this summer, leaving a school behind of which I am very proud to have been a part.” Joel Conlon

“Challenging and enriching. I’ve achieved more than I thought myself capable of. The staff set high standards and are always supportive and inspirational.” Sophie Laird

“The help and encouragement from staff has been endless. I am more confident and independent. The warmth between staff and students is what makes this college different.” Morna Murnaghan


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