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College Students

Virtual Open Evening 2022


Please find our College Prospectus which will provide you with a glimpse into life at Integrated College Dungannon. You will find a vibrant college with extensive links to the community and business partners.


We work hard to support our students in their learning, remove barriers, provide spiritual and faith experiences and provide a high quality education and skill based learning opportunity to prepare our students for life beyond college. We welcome you warmly to our wonderful college.


Principal's Welcome

Welcome to our College website which will offer you an insight in to life at Integrated College Dungannon (ICD).

Our college motto Alumni in Sociis, or Learning Together, encapsulates the belief that all children should be taught together; boys and girls, Protestant and Catholic, other faiths and none, children with and without disabilities.


We accept and welcome all children for who they are, regardless of gender, religion, cultural background or ability.

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I firmly believe that a child will only engage in their learning fully if they feel ‘welcome, safe and happy’ and we will endeavour to ensure that all our students do. 


I invite you to work with us to ensure the pastoral care provided for your child does mean they feel welcome, safe and happy so they are ready to learn.

Mr Andrew Sleeth


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Head Boy

Headboy 2021-22

My name is Reece Falloon.  I am Head Boy of Integrated College Dungannon (ICD). From Year 8 to Year 12, I attended Drumglass High School, in Dungannon; however, after completing my GSCEs, I chose to attend ICD for A’ Level study. I am now in Year 14, at the College, and I am studying Double Health and Social Care, and Psychology.


Head Girl

Headgirl 2021-22

My name is Rebecca.  I am Head Girl of ICD.  I joined the College, in Year 8, from Churchill Primary School.  Coming from a small country primary school to a large post-primary school was daunting but the College’s extensive Year 8 induction process really helped me to settle in and to make friends quickly.   





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