Integrated College Dungannon

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Integrated College Dungannon
Motto Learning Together
Established September 1995
Type Integrated secondary
Religion Mainly Christian (other religions accepted)
Principal Mr A Sleeth
Location Gortmerron Link Road
Co Tyrone
BT71 6LS
Northern Ireland
54°29′39″N 6°45′10″W / 54.4942°N 6.7528°W / 54.4942; -6.7528Coordinates: 54°29′39″N 6°45′10″W / 54.4942°N 6.7528°W / 54.4942; -6.7528
Local authority SELB
Staff 35
Students 530
Gender Male and Female
Ages 11–18
Colours Green, Red and Yellow

Integrated College Dungannon (ICD) is an integrated secondary school situated in Dungannon, County Tyrone and is attended by students from ages 11–18 who are from Dungannon, Armagh, Moy, Portadown, Keady and Richill. It was opened in September 1995 and has an enrolment of 530 students as of September 2012. Many students come from Poland, Latvia, Lithuania, Bulgaria and Portugal.

Armagh link[edit]

The college maintained a link with Armagh Integrated College (AIC) until AIC closed in 2009, to provide students of both schools with more choices in GCSE subjects. Due to the closure of the Armagh school, ICD accepted 54 additional students,[1][2] and further students are expected to be transferred.

Notable former pupils[edit]

Colin Morgan, film, television, theatre and radio actor

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "Welcome to Armagh Students" (PDF) (Press release). Integrated College Dungannon website. Retrieved 2009-07-24.  External link in |publisher= (help)
  2. ^ "Minister announces closure of Armagh Integrated College" (Press release). Department of Education (Northern Ireland). 2009-02-25. Retrieved 2009-07-24. 

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