Sixth Form Entry
The College continues to offer opportunities for students to take a wide range of Applied and Academic A Levels. Click here for more information.
Literacy Focus for May: parenthesis and dash
This month we are concentrating particularly on being accurate with our use of parenthesis and the dash (-).
Advice & Guidance
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Our Year 8s have all safely returned from their residential in Cultra. Click here to view the pictures.
Cullybackey College Prize Day will occur on Thursday 27th October at 9:30am. Only pupils participating in Prize Day should attend.
Microsoft Office - free for all pupils!
In order to help students to prepare for success this school year, every student is provided with Microsoft Office free of charge. With Office 365, you will now have access to the latest version of Word, Excel, PowerPoint and much more. Click here for more information.
Cullybackey's New Prefects
Cullybackey College’s first week assemblies were the perfect opportunity for the college to welcome their new Prefects and present them with their badges, as well as announce the Head and Deputy Head Boys and Girls.
Katie takes to the court in Rio
We wish Katie Morrow all the best as she competes with the GB Wheelchair Basketball team at the Paralympics in Rio. She has already won a bronze medal at the recent European games and we wish her even more success. Up to date results are available here.
Driving Home Vehicle Safety at Cullybackey College
NI Driver visited Cullybackey College on the 7th September to alert our Sixth Form students to the dangers of owning and driving their own cars. Just like any teenagers, the dream of passing their driving test allows them to gain their own independence.
Music department open for business!!
Induction Day for Year 13
Outstanding examination success for A level students
Yet again, Sixth Form students at Cullybackey College are celebrating outstanding success in their A Level studies. Nervous students arrived at the College early on Thursday 18th August to collect their much anticipated A Level examination results. However, frowns quickly turned to smiles and cheers of celebration as they opened their results. Students in the outgoing Year 14 achieved the highest set of results witnessed by the College in the last 5 years.
College Principal, Mr David Donaldson, acknowledged this, stating, “The achievements of our students is reflective of their hard work, the hard work of their teachers and the on-going support and encouragement of their families.
Cullybackey College celebrates unprecedented GCSE success
Students at Cullybackey College are celebrating some of the highest GCSE results in the history of the school. The proportion of students achieving 5 or more GCSE passes at grades A* to C stands at a fantastic 68%. This reflects a huge rise of 18%, compared with last year’s results and is the highest pass rate in the recent history of the school.”