Once again, this has been an outstanding year for the college culminating in pupils achieving excellent GCSE results which are in line with the school’s 5A* - C predictions. Extremely impressive results were attained in all departments, particularly Double Award Science, Single Award Science, Art and Design and Religious Education which all achieved 100% A*-C grades. There was much delight from the parents and pupils on Thursday morning as envelopes were opened and results revealed. Pupils leaving the college have a solid foundation from which to further their education and career pathway at grammar schools and regional colleges across the province and beyond.
Year 12 parents commented:
“I have always had complete trust in CIC. James has achieved outstanding results and we are extremely proud of him and grateful to the staff for all their support over the past five years. James has flourished at the college and we would recommend CIC with total confidence.”
“Amy and James have both achieved success at CIC. This was definitely the best school for them both. On finishing CIC, Amy attended Methodist College, Belfast and is now in her final year of 3rd level education. James intends to now go on to grammar school to complete his A levels. This would not have been possible without the help of all the teaching staff.”
The Principal (Acting), Mrs Lynda McGarry, expressed her delight with the results, once again, this year. “GCSE results are important to any school, but particularly to us as we launched our Ten Year Growth Plan in February and these GCSE outcomes further reinforce the quality of education delivered at the college. I wish our young people every success for the future; they leave Crumlin Integrated College in the knowledge that they have received a top quality education in an integrated environment which is second to none….”
Mr James Livingstone, Acting Chairman of the Board of Governors concluded, “Congratulations to all of the pupils and the staff on these exemplary results. The staff’s commitment to the education and well-being of the pupils are reflected in these results...”