Formed in 1971, the college continues to play an important role within the borough of Antrim and, having transformed to controlled integrated status in 2009, the college currently attracts pupils from a wide range of denominations, including the two main traditions here in Northern Ireland. Our annual intake includes pupils from approximately 16-18 local primary schools within the Greater Antrim area. Pupils with different home languages other than English are also well catered for.
Having operated on a split site arrangement since 2006, the college is preparing to move into new purpose-built accommodation on the Steeple Road site in September 2017.
Providing a curriculum that allows every child to succeed is a key aspect of school life and one that has led to sustained GCSE 5 A*-C improvement over the past number of years, with a record-breaking 82.7% being achieved in 2015.
The governors, senior management team and staff of Parkhall Integrated College strive daily to ensure that all members of the school community can enjoy quality relationships and feel valued and respected for their contribution.