Anti-Bullying Week Competition Winners

Anti-bullying Forum, Northern Ireland Congratulations go to Saffy…

Oxford Success for Former Pupil

Our congratulations are extended to Rachel Porter, a former pupil…

Former pupil receives award from President Clinton

Shauna Wood, a former pupil who is currently studying Medicine…

Year 14 visit to Lyric Theatre to see 'Macbeth'

On Tuesday 13 November 2012, the Year 14 Drama & Theatre Studies class, travelled to the Lyric Theatre with Mrs Porter to watch the latest stage version of ‘Macbeth’.

Tree of Knowledge Parents' Evening

Parents of pupils in Year 12 participated in a ‘Tree of Knowledge’…

Interview Skills Day, November 2012

On the 8 November, I and the rest of Year 14 had the privilege…

Glenlola GCSE Astronomers asked to observe the far reaches of Solar System

In an exciting new research project, schools have been invited to collaborate with the world renowned Lowell Observatory to image small, icy bodies in the far reaches of our Solar System.

Anti-Bullying Week 2012

Monday 19th November starts the annual Anti-Bullying Week campaign. This year’s theme is ‘We’re better without bullying’ and highlights the effects bullying has on achievement. Years 8 – 12 will be involved with assemblies all week, highlighting the seriousness of bullying and advice on how to deal with such unacceptable behaviour.

School Formal, October 2012

The Glenlola Collegiate School Formal was held on Friday 19 October 2012 in the Clandeboye Lodge Hotel.

The Ulster Project 2012

The mission statement of the Ulster Project is to help young, Christian-based potential leaders from Northern Ireland and the United States to become peacemakers by providing a safe environment to learn, by practising the skills needed to unite people when differences divide them. The main aim for the Ulster Project is to take teenagers out of a country where they have strong stereotypes forced upon them and show that everyone is the alike.