Dominican College, Fortwilliam
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|Principal||Miss S. McGahan|
|Board||Belfast Education and Library Board|
|Website||Dominican College Fortwilliam|
The school was established in 1930. In 2005 it underwent a major £13.1 million redevelopment.
The school chapel has been listed as a building of special architectural merit.
In 2010, the total student population was just over 1000, a quarter of it the sixth form.
in 2015 the school was in the Top 15 grammar schools in Northern Ireland with 83% of its A-level students receiving at least three A*-C grades.
EXAMINATION RESULTS SUMMARY 2016 
SUMMARY OF A-LEVEL RESULTS: Number of pupils entered in Year 14: 121
- Percentage of pupils achieving 3 or more passes Grades A*-C: 87.6%
- Percentage of pupils achieving 3 or more passes Grades A*-E: 99.17%
- Percentage of pupils achieving 2 or more passes Grades A*-E: 100%
SUMMARY OF GCSE RESULTS: Number of pupils entered in Year 12: 144
- Percentage of pupils achieving 7 or more passes Grades A*-C: 95.83%
- Percentage of pupils achieving 5 or more passes Grades A*-C: 99.31% (Incl. Eng. & Maths)
- Percentage of pupils achieving 5 or more passes Grades A*-C: 100%
- Marianne Elliott (b. 1948) - academic historian.
- Medbh McGuckian (b. 1950) - poet
- Margaret Ward (b. 1950) - writer and social activist.
- Katie Melua (b. 1984) - Georgian-born popular singer.
- "Dominican College". Retrieved 15 January 2017.
- "New listed buildings". Retrieved 15 January 2017.
- "Dominican College Inspection Report 2010" (PDF). Education Training Inspectorate (DENI). Archived from the original (PDF) on 2014-11-29. Retrieved 2012-07-31.
- "Grammar school exam performance 14/15".
- "Board of Governors Report 2015 - 2016". Retrieved 7 March 2017.
- "A perspective on Irish Studies". Retrieved 15 January 2017.
- "Margaret Ward". Retrieved 15 January 2017.
- "Katie Melua katie melua Call Off The Search pictures,katie melua gallery lyrics pictures video music". www.katie-melua.com. Retrieved 2010-01-29.
- "Dominican College Fortwilliam - Home". www.dominicancollege.org.uk. Archived from the original on 2006-08-14. Retrieved 2010-01-29.
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