Belfast High School

Belfast High School Vision & Values

  • To develop each person to be the best that he or she can be in an atmosphere of civilised tolerance.
  • To provide a broad, balanced and coherent curriculum which suits the needs of all pupils in a changing society and which encourages each pupil in his or her intellectual, cultural, aesthetic and physical development.
  • To instil in each pupil the determination to strive in all activities, academic and otherwise, to achieve his or her own level of excellence.
  • To encourage in pupils a respect for religious and moral values.To create a caring environment in which the needs of each pupil are considered.
  • To make full use of the contribution of the home and the wider community to the education process.
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    To foster social attitudes which will enable each pupil to take his or her place as a responsible member of the community.

Belfast High School Contact Details

School: Belfast High School


720 Shore Road
County Antrim
BT37 0PX


02890 864431


Belfast High School Entrance Criteria

School: Belfast High School

The Board of Governors has determined that all children resident in Northern Ireland at the time of their proposed admission to the School will be selected for admission before any child not so resident. Belfast High School can be found at the click here

Belfast High School Priority Catchment Area

Belfast High School
School Location

Belfast High School
School Extracurricular

A wide range of extra-curricular activities is available to all pupils who areencouraged to participate for enjoyment and self-development. In excessof 30 clubs and societies function each year providing for artistic, cultural,sporting and other interests.

These include: Animal House, Astronomy, Athletics, Badminton, Basketball, Chess, Choir,Christian Union, Circuits, Community Service, Computing, Cricket, Cross-Country, Debating, Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme, Golf, Gymnastics,Hockey, Homework Club, ICT, International Cuisine, Junior Drama, Knitting,Language Club, Netball, Orchestra (including Junior Strings, String Quartet,Wind Band, Jazz Band), Public Speaking, Puzzle Club, Reading Clubs, Rug-by, Soccer, Squash, Swimming, Table Tennis, Tennis, Young Engineers andYoung Enterprise. Clubs and Societies meet during the school day, afterschool and in some cases evenings and weekends.

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