Sixth Form Subject Choices
The school offers the following subjects to A level: Accounting, Art & Design, Biology, Business Studies, Chemistry, Software Development, Drama & Theatre Studies, Economics, English Literature, French, Further Maths (A/S Level), Geography, Government and Politics, History, Nutrition and Food Science, Digital Technology, Irish, Mathematics, Media Studies, Moving Image Art, Music, Performing Arts, Physics, Psychology, Religious Studies, Sociology, Sports Studies, Technology.
The following single award /Applied A level courses are offered: Business Studies, Engineering, Health & Social Care and Travel and Tourism.
We have established and will continue to develop curriculum links with The Royal School, Dungannon, South West College and St Patrick’s College, Dungannon in order to open up additional options at GCSE and post-16.
Students are normally expected to take four subjects to AS level and the majority continue with three to A2 level but we encourage those with the ability and application to take four subjects through to A2 level.
The school currently offers 25 subjects at GCSE and 32 at A Level. This more than meets the Entitlement Framework regulation of 24 subjects at GCSE and 27 at post-16.
For Sixth Form Admissions Criteria click on the following link:
For grade requirements for specific A Level subjects click on the following link:
- You are asked to choose THREE subjects – you may only choose ONE from each group.
- Republic of Ireland universities do not recognise Applied subjects.
* Students attend South West College Dungannon to study this course. This is a Subsidiary Diploma.