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Advanced Academic Opportunities Galore for Wallace Students

A large number of Wallace High School students have extended their study of numerous curriculum areas over the last academic year. There has been a wide range of opportunities...

Where’s Wally?

Some schools have it easy when it comes to describing their alumni. Who hasn’t heard of Etonians? Harrovians? The term Old Fettesians may be unfamiliar but Fettes College, often...

The Wallace ECO Team take part in Grow Wild

During the summer term a group of pupils teamed up to create Wallace’s first wild flower eco garden. As the school is known for its creative use of ICT we opted for a wild...

Wheely well done!

In June the Wallace Wheelers took to their bikes to complete the Castle to Castle Challenge, a gruelling route from Carrickfergus to Ballycastle. To add insult to injury the trio...

Emily wins the ‘Celia Gourley Scholarship’ award!

Congratulations must go to former deputy head girl, Emily Cairns, on her outstanding achievement at A-level! Having been placed first in the WHS A-Level Music class of 2017, Emily...

Unforgettable German experiences!

Two of our students, Emma McDowell (Yr14) and Jessica McLean (Yr12) experienced “unforgettable” trips to different parts of Germany during the summer when they took part in UK...

Twenty10

Twenty20 may be the figure for new style cricket but Wallace High School can boast a much more impressive statistic. In a decade (2007-17) the school has supported twenty students...

A big day for Year 8!

On Friday 25th August, 174 Year 8 pupils were welcomed into Wallace High School for their first day at their new school. Having already met their Head of Year, class...

WALLACE GCSE SUCCESS

The Year 12 students of Wallace are celebrating another year of excellent GCSE results. Eight students achieved 11 A* and A grades, 32 achieved 10 A*/A grades and the school’s...

Top grades for Wallace : A record year at A Level

The students, staff, parents and community of Wallace are celebrating record A Level results this year.  An impressive 41% of the grades achieved by the 140 students were A* or...