Laurelhill Open Night
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Established in 1974, Laurelhill Community College is a post primary controlled school and continues to serve the whole community. We firmly believe in the culture of Learning and Achieving Together where all stakeholders in the College are committed to life-long learning and working towards success in all areas of life.
You are welcome to find out more by visiting the college, speaking to our pupils, parents and members of staff. In the meantime, please take time to read our School Prospectus and Laurelhill Info.
Laurelhill has been serving and providing quality education in this community for over 40 years. We provide quality learning and teaching opportunities which enable our pupils to reach their full potential.
We welcome pupils of all abilities and from all backgrounds from the ages of 11 to 18. Learning is built upon good pastoral support structure which provides a framework for each pupil to experience a tailored learning experience in which they can achieve their very best.
I invite you to browse our website, to peruse the curriculum and the extra-curricular activities on offer, to consider the pastoral support and so much more.
I am very proud to be Principal of Laurelhill and as you navigate through the pages of our website I hope you gain insight into the excellence of our school. Please do not hesitate to contact the school should you have any questions.
Laurelhill caters for pupils of all abilities and follows the Northern Ireland Curriculum in Key Stage 3. In Key Stage 4 the College offers a broad and balanced range of GCSE and Level 2 equivalent courses. Our Key Stage 5 curriculum enables our pupils to follow academic and/or vocational courses. We want students to be curious, to seek answers, to explore, to expand their horizons and to question the status quo.
We are here to learn, we are here to achieve and we maximise learning and achievement when we work together.
Laurelhill Community College is committed to realising the high quality academic, personal, social and spiritual development of young people as individuals within a safe, secure and caring college community.
Include: an assembly hall with stage, medical room, a counselling room, dedicated spaces for Special Educational Needs, Computer suites, Science Laboratories and thirty five teaching rooms. We also have the Laurelhill Sports Zone available for school use.
The Key Stage 3 curriculum is broad in order to ensure that pupils are able to sample all areas of the curriculum before making informed decisions on the subjects they will study at Key Stage 4 and 5.