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Bangor Grammar School

Bangor Grammar School (The Grammar or B.G.S.), is an all-boys, voluntary grammar school situated in Bangor, County Down, Northern Ireland. It was founded in 1856 by the Conservative politician and Bangor man, Col The Hon. Robert Ward PC MP(Eire) who lived at Castle Ward. The school, until June 2011, comprised two parts, Connor House, a preparatory school for pupils aged 4–11 and a secondary school for pupils aged 12–18. Connor House closed at the end of the 2010–11 academic year.

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Burney Cup - Finals - 1980s
... Year Winner Runner-up Notes 1980 Cookstown High School 0 ... Bangor Grammar School 1981 Newry High School 1 ... Cookstown High School 1982 Banbridge Academy 0 ... Bangor Grammar School 1983 Bangor Grammar ...
Burney Cup - Finals - 1990s
... Year Winner Runner-up Notes 1990 Cookstown High School 1 ... Methodist College 1991 Cookstown High School 3 ... Bangor Grammar School after extra time 1992 Royal Belfast Academical Institution 1 ... Cookstown ...
Mc Cullough Cup - Finals - 1990s
... Year Winner Runner-up Notes 1989-90 Royal Belfast Academical Institution 0 ... Bangor Grammar School 1990-91 Bangor Grammar School 2 ... Cookstown High School Bangor GS won 3-1 on penalties 1991-92 ...
Bangor Grammar School - The School Song
... Bangor Grammar School has a Latin school song ... in 1950 by Miss Elsie Patton and set to music by Dr Emery, the school's music teacher ... It is sung on major school occasions, competitive events and Scripture Union weekends ...
Northern Ireland Schools Debating Competition - Winners
... College 1995/96 Belfast Boy's Model School Bangor Grammar School 1996/97 Belfast Royal Academy Omagh Academy 1997/98 St Patrick's Girls Academy, Dungannon Royal Belfast Academical ... Patrick's College, Belfast Bangor Grammar School 2002/03 Our Lady and St ... Patrick's College, Belfast Cambridge House Grammar School, Ballymena 2003/04 Bangor Grammar School Thornhill College, Derry 2004/05 Belfast Royal Academy Methodist College Belfast 2005/06 ...

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