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Junior Prize Distribution 2018

The brothers Kamalarajah and a girl with her “head in the clouds” The Junior Prize Distribution is an eagerly awaited event in the school’s calendar and part of its...

From the “Smurf Turf” to India and beyond

International position for Wallace Hockey legend Wallace’s Head of Boys’ Hockey, Mr Gareth Kidd, has enjoyed great success as a coach both at school and club level. The school...

New faces, new places…settling in for a busy Autumn term

The traditional start to term has seen new students and new staff settle in to a new look Wallace High School. The “newbies” of Year 8 became the first group to experience...

Rainy day but smiling faces at Wallace: GCSE Results Day

“Here we go again” isn’t just the title of this summer’s must see movie; it is also a reflection of the continued excellence of Wallace students’ results. Six students (...

Record breakers: 46% of grades A*- A

The class of 2018 set a new record for AS results in 2017 and they have bettered their own performance producing the school’s best ever A2 results with an outstanding 80% of...

Another successful year for Wallace entrepreneurs

The Young Enterprise Company Phonix established in Wallace High School in September 2017 had a very successful year culminating in reaching the Northern Ireland Final of the...

Yes, we heard the people sing!

Can you hear the people sing? A familiar phrase from an iconic show, Les Misérables, echoed around Market Square as on a balmy summer evening Wallace pupils paid their tribute to...

DAY OF HOCKEY CELEBRATION AT THE WALLACE HIGH SCHOOL

The Wallace High School hockey club hosted a day of hockey on Friday 8th June on the now famous “smurf turf” featuring close to two hundred and fifty participants of various...

Local melody inspires celebration of legendary philanthropist

A haunting Irish air, an enigmatic aristocrat and an iconic local landmark will all play their part in what will be a genuinely memorable evening for the City of Lisburn. June...

You’re Hired!

The growth of the modern graduate-style apprenticeship may owe something to the popularity of Sir Alan Sugar and the compelling reality TV show the Apprentice but it is also...