Cullybackey High School
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Cullybackey High School is a secondary school in the village of Cullybackey, in County Antrim, Northern Ireland. It was established in 1968 and has about 500 pupils and about 70 members of teaching staff.
Awards and recognition
Cullybackey High School was recognized in 2003 by the BT Group Education Programme Schools Awards  for its "School Democracy" project, which was developed in conjunction with elections to the Northern Ireland Assembly. In addition to information shared by way of the school newsletter and website, the students ran an Internet Awareness Evening for the parents of all school-aged children in the school's area.
- Citizenship, communication and the school council, accessed October 30, 2006
- "Cullybackey High School". www.cullybackeyhighschool.org.uk. Retrieved 2009-11-25.
- Inspection report for Cullybackey High School
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