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Welcome to the website of Foyle College, a Co-educational, Voluntary Grammar School which has been providing high quality education for the City of Londonderry and its surrounding area for almost 400 years.

We are delighted to be able to share with you something of the character and life of our school and the successes enjoyed by our pupils as we help them to grow academically, athletically and artistically enabling them to fulfil their potential both as members of the school community and as contributors to society.

Whether you are a current, former or prospective pupil, an interested parent or a member of the local community I hope that you will find our site informative and illustrative of the breadth and quality of education on offer at Foyle College.

Patrick Allen


Bar Mock Trial 2015

Member of the Bar Mock Trial team who took part in the Citizenship Bar Mock Trial competition in the High Court, Belfast on Saturday 28th November.  The Foyle team won their cases against Methodist College and Dalriada (who went on the win the entire competition).  The pupils were a credit to the school and are to be commended for their hard work and dedication. 

Points of Light Ambassadors

Lara Dingley, Y14, and Rachel Newhouse, Y13, were both successful in their applications to the highly competitive Points of Light Ambassadorship. In Northern Ireland only 6 Ambassadors were chosen to promote the Award, gain stories and submit those case studies to the Cabinet Office for consideration.  These young volunteers will be supported by the Cabinet Office. 

Points of Light UK has been developed in partnership with the hugely successful Points of Light programme in America, which was established by President George H W Bush, and has since recognised over 5,000 individuals and has the support of President Barack Obama

Road Safety Demonstration

Foyle College hosted a multiagency Road Safety demonstration as part of the Year 13 Personal Development scheme. An emotional, yet educational experience.

Representatives from the PSNI, Fire Service, Ambulance Service, Youth Justice and a local funeral director’s gave poignant accounts of the impacts road collisions can have on victims and their families.