Shimna Integrated College

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Shimna is an integrated, all ability, 11-18 school founded by local parents so that their children, Catholic and Protestant, could be educated together. The school opened on 1st September 1994, the first day of the IRA ceasefire, which was followed a few days later by the Loyalist ceasefire. Parents, staff, governors and students are committed to an academically excellent, state education for students of all abilities, in the face of the segregated, selective system in place in Northern Ireland.
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