Drumragh Integrated College

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Coordinates: 54°35′13″N 7°16′26″W / 54.587°N 7.274°W / 54.587; -7.274 Drumragh Integrated College is an integrated mixed-religion, non-selective secondary school for girls and boys aged from 11 to 18, located at 70 Crevenagh Road, Omagh, County Tyrone, Northern Ireland.

The school has 650 pupils[citation needed] and is within the Western Education and Library Board area. Although mixed-religion, Drumragh College teaches with a Christian ethos. Drumragh College received funding of 20 million pounds for new school facilities in 2001 While it was located at the side of the old Tyrone and Fermanagh Hospital. The new modern school started construction in 2007 and was finished in 2009, A plan to expand the school's Size Area for more pupils to attend the school was proposed in September 2012 put it was refused by the Minister Of Education, The School Plan to retry sending this plan in again for proposial. Drumragh Integrated College's current principal is Nigel Frith. Preceding him were Maria Gillespie (acting principal), Lady Rosemary Salisbury and Dr. Kathleen Hynes (the first principal of the school). Mr I. Booth is the Chairman of the school's Board of Governors.

Notable Former Pupils[edit]

- Matthew Taylor: who went on to represent Yorkshire in the sport rugby union after been capped twice for Yorkshire, Mr Taylor was scouted by Leeds Carnegie

- Janet Devlin: song artist who came 5th in the X-factor in 2011.

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