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Ashley Nesbitt, former student representative on the Board of Governors, is congratulated by her mum, Jacqueline and ICD teacher, Deirdre McShane, on receiving 2 A* grades and 1 B grade at A’ Level.  Ashley progresses to the University of Ulster to study a BSC (Hons) Degree in Sport, Physical Activity and Health.


Head Boy, Micah Scott is congratulated by College Principal, Mr Andrew Sleeth, and his parents, Jason and Michelle.  Micah, who starred in several College Productions is progressing into the world of acting before applying to The Conservatoire.


Staff and students of Integrated College Dungannon (ICD) assembled, at the college, to celebrate the students’ results at AS and A’ Level.
Top performers at A’ Level included students; Ashley Nesbitt, Carly Reynolds, Chloe Donnelly, Hannah Rice, Lee Paul Hayes, James Mackle, Dylan O’Hagan and Micah Scott.
The students’ success was also celebrated at AS Level, with top performers including; Anna Marley, Chelsea Bennett, Rebecca Diffin, Rebecca Kinsella, Aaron Graham, Rachel Glendenning, Riona Kearns and Jon Sturgeon.
Mr Andrew Sleeth, Principal of Integrated College Dungannon, said “Our students’ AS and A’ Level results are testament to the excellent Sixth Form provision here at ICD.  We offer a carefully selected range of courses and, along with our partner schools in the Dungannon Learning Partnership, are able to ensure that all our students’ subject requests are met.  Yet again, our students’ successes have guaranteed that the vast majority have been able to progress along their chosen pathway.  To those returning to ICD, I look forward to welcoming you back for your A2 year and to those progressing to university or to the world of work, I look forward to hearing of your continued success.  Please remember, if we can help you in any way, you are always welcome at the College.”
Currently Integrated College Dungannon offers twenty-eight post 16 subjects.  Anyone wishing to attend Integrated College Dungannon for Sixth Form study should contact the college on 028 877 24401 or call into the college where your options can be discussed.


Lucinda Murray is congratulated by mum, Linda Jane, on her excellent A’ Level results. Lucinda will continue her education studying Sociology at SRC.. 

Mrs Deirdre McShane, member of the Senior Leadership Team, congratulates Florentina Toth on her A’ Level results.  Florentina will join Teeside University as a BSC (Hons) Nursing Studies student.



Orla Reynolds congratulates her daughter, Carly, on her success at A’ Level.  Carly will progress to QUB studying a BSC (Hons) Degree in Social Policy and Sociology

Hannah Rice, Deputy Head Girl and Chairperson of the Social Action Interact Committee, celebrates her excellent A’ Level results at Integrated College Dungannon.  Hannah will progress to the University of Caledonia, Glasgow, to study Nursing



Senior Teacher, Mrs Deirdre McCarroll congratulates James Mackle, at Integrated College Dungannon, on his A’ Level results.  James has enrolled to study a Diploma in Media Studies before continuing on to the University of Ulster to study Cinematic Arts.


Arnas Irzikevicius, Chair of ICD Student Council, is congratulated on his AS Level results by Mrs Deirdre McShane, member of the Senior Leadership Team.  Arnas will return to the College to continue his A’ Level studies.



Mr Colin Holmes, Vice Principal, congratulates Rachel Glendenning on her success at AS Level.  Rachel will return to the College to continue her A’ Level studies.