Larne - Education

Education

There are a number of educational establishments in the area:

Primary Schools:

  • Antiville Primary School
  • Cairncastle Primary School
  • Corran Integrated Primary School
  • Glynn Primary School
  • Linn Primary School
  • Larne & Inver Primary School
  • Moyle Primary School
  • Olderfleet Primary School
  • St. Anthony's Primary School
  • St. Macnissi's Primary School
  • St. Mary's Primary School
  • Toreagh Primary School

Secondary Schools:

  • Larne Grammar School
  • Larne High School
  • St Killian's College (recent amalgamation of St. Comgall's College and St. MacNissi's College, Garron Tower)

Further education:

  • Northern Regional College (formerly Larne Technical College)

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