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A wide variety of courses at Omagh CBS

At the Christian Brothers Grammar School we offer 26 courses within Post 16 to meet the needs of our students.

In addition to the vast array of A-Level courses you will have the option to choose from  BTEC  qualifications in Agriculture, Construction, Engineering and Sport as well as  Cambridge Technical Level 3 in IT.  We continue to provide a broad range of opportunities for our students. We warmly welcome new students from other schools who wish to continue their studies after GCSE and join our Year 13 group.

Students in Year 13 take a minimum of the equivalent of three Post 16 subjects, but may choose four, depending on their GCSE results.

We continue to review the needs of our students in ICT provision within our two Post 16 study centres (including the ability to bring your own devices, such as laptops, to avail of school Wi-Fi for study).  

Post 16 students also take modules in a varied enrichment programme, enhancing their personal development as part of their preparation for living away from home. We encourage a spirit of volunteering and vibrant community involvement.  We are continuing to offer the Pope John Paul II Programme and Millennium Volunteer Award in this academic year. Our extra-curricular provisions encompass a wide variety of highly successful sports and arts opportunities.  

Post 16 students in Omagh CBS are a special part of our school life. Each student entering Year 13 will leave, after two years here, a different person. As a young developing adult with your own beliefs, values, knowledge and skills, you will have made lifelong friendships, as well as having gained the skills, confidence and maturity to face the challenges in the years ahead.  

Our post 16 prospectus detailing each of the courses on offer is available on our school website at http://cbsomagh.org/curriculum/post-16

Also please do not hesitate to contact the school directly on 028 8224 3567 to discuss your post 16 options.

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