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|Carrickfergus College logo/emblem
|110 North Road
Carrickfergus, County Antrim
United Kingdom 
|Vice Principal||W Borland|
|Enrolment||Approx. 800 (per school year)|
|Color(s)||Blue and White|
Carrickfergus College is a secondary school in Carrickfergus, County Antrim, Northern Ireland. The college was opened in 1959 and has over 750 students and 52 teachers. It is within the North Eastern Education and Library Board area.
Carrickfergus College was previously known as Carrickfergus High School. It is locally (and colloquially) known simply as "Carrick College".
During the school year 2009/2010, Carrickfergus College celebrated its 50th anniversary.
Carrickfergus Learning Community (CLC)
Carrickfergus College is currently involved in a new curricular scheme called the Carrickfergus Learning Community (CLC), along with Carrickfergus Grammar School, Downshire, and Ulidia Integrated College.
Students wishing to access the above mentioned courses must have met the school criteria for returning to their own school to complete sixth form studies and meet the entry requirements for the individual subject they wish to study.
In May 2007 the school became a specialist school for Business and Enterprise. At present they are one of only 25 secondary / grammar schools in Northern Ireland to have achieved this designation. As a specialist school they receive additional funding which will be in excess of £400,000 over the next four years.
It has set up a house system similar to Carrickfergus Grammar with houses Castle, Fergus and Knockagh.