Mrs D O'Hare

The 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).

School News

Adventure Day is 10!

Castlewellan Forest Park was the venue for Wallace’s tenth Adventure Day for our Year 8 students. Introduced to Wallace’s induction programme by Senior Teacher Mr J Reid, Adventure Day swiftly became a highly anticipated event…and that’s not exclusively by the staff!...

Senior Prefect Profiles

Our Senior Prefect Team play a central role in the day to day running of the school. They are chosen by a robustly democratic voting...

A Wallace Welcome!

As another school year begins, the sun shone to welcome our new pupils. Coming from over thirty feeder schools 178 pupils joined Year 8....

Smiles and successes for Wallace students

The Covid 19 pandemic has made its mark in a multitude of ways and that includes the collection of results. The familiar pictures of mass...

Wallace Sport @wallacesport


Wallace Day 2020 Workout!

Winter warm-up! Bend and stretch for Christmas! The last day of term has been transformed into a series of activities to be enjoyed from the seclusion of living rooms where some...


Schools’ Cup Celebration

Nine months after the devastating announcement by the Schools’ Branch of Ulster Rugby that the hugely anticipated final between Wallace and Royal School Armagh was not to be...


Reuben’s Day

Wallace’s 1XV Captain of 2019/20 Reuben Crothers finally got to raise the historic Danske Bank Ulster Schools’ Cup trophy over his head…but sadly six months after what...