Pupils have been sent an Information Booklet and timetable detailing the revision topics, dates and times of exams, and general guidance for examinations.
Year 8, 9 and 10 summer examinations will take place from Tuesday 29 May through to Thursday 31 May.
Year 11 summer examinations will take place during normal timetable, pupils will be advised of arrangements for each subject by their teacher.
Please note that Year 8, 9, 10 and 11 pupils do not attend school on Friday 25 May and school is closed on Monday 28 May due to the Bank Holiday.
Year 12 pupils must attend school on Friday 25 May as subject teachers will be running revision sessions for the GCSE Exams.
Welcome to the website of The High School Ballynahinch. It will give you detailed information about the school in general and also about current activities.
We are dedicated to the promotion of learning through high quality teaching in a caring, disciplined school environment as well as in the local and wider communities.
The needs of pupils are central to our school. We aim through a broad curriculum involving co-operation with local schools and other providers to offer an extensive portfolio of subjects suitable for a wide range of abilities. Sport has an important role to play in helping pupils develop their many and diverse talents.
There is an excellent pastoral programme committed to ensuring that pupils feel valued.
Through the pastoral system parents and pupils can call on assistance to deal promptly with any issues they may have. The small size of the school and its semi-rural location contribute significantly to the success of the pastoral system.
The Staff and pupils are supported by a skilful Board of Governors who encourage the school to be a stimulating and high achieving organisation.
If you have any questions after using our website please do not hesitate to contact the school.
Mrs K. Moore