The Board of Governors of St. Benedict’s College has determined that, in the event of over-subscription, children will be selected on the basis of application of the following admissions criteria which will be applied in the order of priority set out below. Within each criterion priority will firstly be given to children normally resident in Northern Ireland and then to those children regarded by the Board of Governors, on the basis of supporting evidence provided by parents and/or statutory agencies, as having special circumstances e.g. medical, social or security factors.
Children living in the parishes of Antrim, Duneane and Randalstown, not listed in any order of preference.
Children attending: Creggan, Millquarter, Moneynick, Mount St. Michael’s, St. Comgall’s, St. Joseph’s, St. MacNissis' and St. Oliver Plunkett’s Primary Schools, not listed in any order of preference.
Children who are first children or who have brothers/sisters, half-brothers/half-sisters, presently enrolled in the school.
Children whose parent/guardian is presently a permanent member of the school teaching/ancillary/auxiliary staff (or who have been appointed to take up imminent employment in the school). This information must be stated on the green Transfer Form
Children whose parent/guardian, brother/sister, halfbrother/half-sister are past pupils and are residing listed in (1). Dates of attendance and other names (if appropriate) should be stated on the green Transfer Form.
Children whose parent/guardian, brother/sister, halfbrother/half-sister are past pupils. Dates of attendance and other names (if appropriate) should be stated on the green Transfer Form.
Admissions to Year 8 after 1st September 2019
Parents who wish to have their child considered for admission in the event of a place arising after 1 September 2019 should write to the Principal clearly stating this. In the event of such a vacancy arising the above criteria will be applied to these applications only