Wallace High School has a proud and rich tradition of academic excellence, pastoral support and extra-curricular provision.
Value for the individual is central to school life and is demonstrated through our shared aims of commitment, opportunity, respect and excellence.
A cross community, selective grammar school Wallace welcomes applications from all sections of the Lisburn and wider community.
Whether you are a current, prospective or former student, an interested parent or member of the local community, I trust you find this site informative and illustrative of the breadth and quality of education on offer here.
Mrs D O'Hare (Principal)
Maths teacher Mrs Elliott is preparing to “lop her locks” for Macmillan Cancer Care in order to support two friends currently battling the disease, Mrs Jill Lockhart and Mrs Lynsey Trimble. Hair loss is a traumatic consequence of chemotherapy and radiotherapy and Mrs Elliott’s hair will be donated to the charity “The Little Princess Trust” […]
The Principal hopes that the following ‘commonly asked questions’ and ‘responses’ provides parents with some useful information. Please note all the advice relates to the previous 6 years’ intake. Question: My child has a score of 106. Should he/she apply to Wallace? Response: Yes, all applicants with a score of 106 or above have been […]
For the third consecutive year a Wallace High School student has won the British Nutrition Foundation Drummond Education Award for CCEA GCSE Home Economics. Allie Patterson’s superb achievement and good practice in GCSE Food and Nutrition was recognised in a ceremony at the Royal College of Physicians in London at the BNF Annual Day in […]
Commitment | Opportunity | Respect | Excellence