*Only Northern Irish schools which have standardised exam results data published publicly.
|GCSE Rank||A*/ A%||School||Gender||Day / Boarding||Day Fees||Boarding Fees|
|1||98.4||Bangor Grammar School||Boys||Day||N/A||N/A|
|2||57.0||The Royal School Armagh||Co-ed||Day & Boarding||£5,070||£25,479|
|3||52.7||Victoria College (Northern Ireland)||Girls||Day & Boarding||£5,199||£21,126|
|4||52.2||Royal School Dungannon||Co-ed||Day & Boarding||£72||£12,000|
|5||44.0||Belfast Royal Academy||Co-ed||Day||£4,281||N/A|
|6||39.0||Campbell College||Boys||Day & Boarding||£5,250||£15,960|
There are 12 senior independent schools in Northern Ireland.
The top performing schools academically for GCSE are (in order):
The top performing schools academically for A-Level are (in order):
There are 3 independent boys schools in Northern Ireland, Bangor Grammar School, Campbell College and Royal Belfast Academical Institution. Bangor Grammar School, Campbell College publicly release their exam data (standard UK examination system i.e. GCSE / A-Level).
There is only 1 independent girls school in Northern Ireland, Victoria College (Northern Ireland). This school publicly releases their exam data (standard UK examination system i.e. GCSE / A-Level).
For 2022/23, 52.7% of the school's GCSE entries were A*/A and null% for A-Level. This school offers day (£5,199) and boarding places (£21,126).
There are 8 private co-ed schools in Northern Ireland.
The top performing private co-ed schools academically for GCSE are (in order):
The top performing private co-ed schools academically for A-Level are (in order):
These schools offer places with fees that you can see in the table.