GLENLOLA COLLEGIATE SCHOOL
A Top Performing Grammar School for Girls

Excellence through commitment, contribution and caring

Eric Thompson
Principal

ABOUT US

Glenlola Collegiate is a successful and dynamic grammar school for girls set in the heart of Bangor and serving all of the North Down community.  As a school we focus all our efforts on being child centred and we have high expectations for each and every one of the pupils in our care.

We believe that every girl has her own potential and our teachers and staff strive to help each individual to discover and develop these talents to the fullest extent.

We take immense pride in our grammar school environment which nurtures strong academic achievements and offers a wide range of extra-curricular opportunities tailored to meet the needs of our pupils.

At Glenlola Collegiate, we have a strong tradition of House Events which help to encourage participation across all age groups and nurture the positive values of the School.

We are proud to note that our pupils regularly outperform girls of the same ability in other schools in both GCSE and A-level examinations. This success is a result of the strong and supportive relationships which are fostered between pupils and staff, coupled with high expectations which form such an important part of the Glenlola Collegiate ethos.

As a caring, committed and professional staff, we are proud to be part of the Glenlola Collegiate community, sharing all that we know with our pupils, so that they can achieve their best.

I hope you enjoy browsing on our website.  Please contact us if you require more information.

Upcoming Events

  1. May Day Holiday 2020

    May 8, 2020 @ 8:50 am - 3:30 pm

ABOUT US

Glenlola Collegiate is a successful and dynamic grammar school for girls set in the heart of Bangor and serving all of the North Down community.

Eric Thompson
Principal

As a school we focus all our efforts on being child centred and we have high expectations for each and every one of the pupils in our care.

We believe that every girl has her own potential and our teachers and staff strive to help each individual to discover and develop these talents to the fullest extent.

We take immense pride in our grammar school environment which nurtures strong academic achievements and offers a wide range of extra-curricular opportunities tailored to meet the needs of our pupils.

At Glenlola Collegiate, we have a strong tradition of House Events which help to encourage participation across all age groups and nurture the positive values of the School.

We are proud to note that our pupils regularly outperform girls of the same ability in other schools in both GCSE and A-level examinations. This success is a result of the strong and supportive relationships which are fostered between pupils and staff, coupled with high expectations which form such an important part of the Glenlola Collegiate ethos.

As a caring, committed and professional staff, we are proud to be part of the Glenlola Collegiate community, sharing all that we know with our pupils, so that they can achieve their best.

I hope you enjoy browsing on our website.  Please contact us if you require more information.

Upcoming Events

  1. May Day Holiday 2020

    May 8, 2020 @ 8:50 am - 3:30 pm

Extra-Curricular Activities

We are proud to offer a wide range of Extra-Curricular activities to suit all interests. From active interests such as Hockey Club or Netball to Pottery Club and Jazz Band, we have all the bases covered.

Latest School News

GCSE Astronomy Weekend, Folk and Transport Museum, 19 – 21 October 2012

The UFTM hosted a different type of visitor when the Glenlola GCSE Astronomers spent a weekend there. Instead of looking around the historical buildings the Year 10 and 13 girls were definitely looking upwards!

Swiss Guests visit Glenlola

On Tuesday 9 October we had a group of Swiss guests in to visit the school. The group came over from St Gallen which is celebrating 1400 years after St Gall left Bangor and headed through Europe, finally settling in Switzerland and founding the town of St Gallen which is now a UNESCO World Heritage site.

Glenlola goes Green

On Thursday 20 September 2012, pupils from Glenlola Eco-council received the Green Flag Award from Nigel McGarry from TidyNI. This means we are now an Eco-School.

Fairtrade Green Brownies

Glenlola’s Eco-council had a ‘Bake Day’ with Junior School to make Green Brownies. The idea was to teach the Junior pupils about Fair Trade by using only ingredients with the Fair Trade label and locally sourced products.

House System

We have 6 Houses – Clanmorris, Hamilton, Dufferin, Harte, Ward and Weir – each with a famous history.