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A Life Well Lived : Mr W Wilson

My friends, I knew a wonderful man, these words approximate him, as chips of stone approximate a tower, as wind approximates a song. (from When a Friend by Stephen Dobyns) Mr W...

Hockey Pitch Update

It was with great delight that we learned of Sport NI’s final approval of approximately £250,000 to complement funding from The Trustees to build a new Astroturf hockey pitch...

Medallion : UIster Schools’ 7s Champions

The Wallace High School Medallion became Ulster Schools’ 7s Champions on Saturday at Campbell College in atrocious wintry conditions. The tournament involved twenty schools who...

Well done Wallace

The school community enjoyed another rugby final at Ravenhill on 11 March. Members of the Medallion team showed their pride in Wallace and their love of rugby, cheered on by about...

School Prospectus 2013

The 2013 Wallace prospectus is captioned Wallace High School Where Everyone Counts and the challenge was to produce a cover design which reflected that belief. The answer? An...

Pie Raises £1700 for Children’s Hospice

Wallace High School Upper Sixth pupils provided an end of term treat for the entire school community by serving up two tasty helpings of their show, “Christmas Pie”....

Entwined Histories Premier

Fifteen students from The Wallace High School were invited to make a movie along with five other schools and youth groups across Northern Ireland by Co-operantion Ireland and...

Wallace Students Awarded Top Results

Following our celebration of best GCSE results we would like to congratulate six of our students have been placed in the top in GCSE & A2 subjects this year. The news follows...

Nevin Spence 1990 – 2012

“It is with immense sadness that we learnt of the tragic accident which has taken the lives of 3 members of the Spence family. The loss of Nevin, our much respected former...

Wallace’s best ever GCSE Results

Following excellent AS and A-Level results. Mrs O’Hare, Principal, announced that Wallace students this year had achieved the best ever results at GCSE. Mrs O’Hare commented:...