Having one of the best education system in Europe, Northern Ireland consistently outperforms all other UK regions in their academic qualifications. Don’t take our word for it the statistics say it all.
To view a full list of local Pre-School, Primary & Secondary Schools, please visit our interactive Education Map.
Or please alternatively click to download a PDF file from the NI EducationalAuthority who are responsible for all education, youth and library services locally.
|Rank||School||% of pupils achieving 5+ GCSE Grades A* – C|
|1||Antrim Grammar School||100%|
|2||Assumption Grammar School||100%|
|4||Our Ladys & St. Patrick’s College||100%|
|5||Rainey Endowed School||100%|
|6||Rathmore Grammar School||100%|
|7||St Dominic’s High School Belfast||100%|
|8||St Louis Grammar School, Ballymena||100%|
|9||Strathearn School, Belfast||100%|
|10||Dominican College Belfast||100%|
|Rank||School||% of pupils achieving 3+ A-Level Grades A* – C|
|1||St Dominic’s High School, Belfast||96.5%|
|2||St Louis Grammar School, Ballymena||96.2%|
|3||St Colm’s High School, Draperstown||95.0%|
|4||Rathmore Grammar School||92.2%|
|5||Sacred Heart Grammar School, Newry||90.8%|
|6||Aquinas Diocesan Grammar School||88.8%|
|7||Dominican College, Belfast||87.6%|
|8||St Mary’s Grammar School, Magherafelt||87.11%|
|9||Rainey Endowed School||86.4%|
|10||Belfast High School||86.4%|