Welcome to Hunterhouse College

We are all extremely proud of the work which we are doing at Hunterhouse College and it is my pleasure to share some of it with you - Introduction from Our Principal More »

A Caring School

A good school is based on strong relationships at all levels and this is an area of real strength within Hunterhouse. Click to learn more about our Pastoral Care Policies More »

A Well-Resourced School

Significant improvements have been made to the school buildings and teaching and learning environment. In recent years purpose built facilities have been added to the school and existing facilities updated and refurbished. More »

Mission Statement

Una Crescamus – “Let Us Grow Together”. Hunterhouse College strives to enable every girl to reach the highest academic and personal distinction of which she is capable. More »

So Much To Offer

At Hunterhouse College we are fully committed to the personal development of all of our pupils - socially, morally, physically, creatively and artistically. More »

High School Musical

Hunterhouse College will be performing High School Musical this November at the Island Arts Centre. Tickets on sale now. Click to gain backstage access to the cast and learn the dance moves! More »

 

Welcome to Hunterhouse College

Hunterhouse College fosters a strong sense of community between staff and pupils, reflecting the school motto ‘Una Crescamus’ – ‘Let us grow together’. Throughout their time at Hunterhouse pupils will experience inspiring teaching, strong encouraging peer support and committed pastoral care. The school is unique in its delightful natural setting, child-centred environment and the warmth of pupils and staff.

Hunterhouse College

OPEN DAYS


Friday 9th January 2015: 7.00 pm – 9.30 pm

Saturday 10th January 2015: 9.30 am – 12.00 noon

Year 8 Progress Event

Parents Login

Family and Childcare Trust

Family and Childcare

Hunterhouse College Debating Success

On Wednesday 22nd October, Hunterhouse College Senior Debaters travelled to The Queen’s University of Belfast, to compete in the Northern Ireland south regional qualifying rounds of Debating Matters. There were eight schools competing for the prize of representing Northern Ireland in Scotland in the next round of the national competition.

The motions for debate focussed on the closure of public libraries, sportspeople as role models and whether the United Kingdom should finally exit the European Union. After some excellent debates, Hunterhouse College overcame Cross and Passion School, Ballycastle and The Royal School, Armagh to win the final. The Hunterhouse team consisted of four girls from Year 13: Lois McCulla, Lauren Farrell, Hannah Chambers and Caitilin Grimley. All four girls now get an all-expenses paid trip to Edinburgh to compete against the Scottish finalists in the spring.

HHC Debating Team

(Left to right)
Hannah Chambers, Caitilin Grimley, Joel Cohen (Chairman), Lauren Farrell, Lois McCulla

Prize Day – Danielle McGriskin

I was invited on two occasions as Guest of Honour by my Principal from my old grammar school, Hunterhouse College, to give a motivational speech to the girls on their Junior and Senior Prize Giving, along with their parents/guardian, teachers and the Board of Governors. My speech was about my journey, fundraising and not giving up on your goals.

My Mum recorded my speech from the Junior Prize Giving and I thought it would be nice to share with you on my blog.

Danielle