Campbell College first opened its doors in 1894 thanks to philanthropist Henry James Campbell and has been educating boys from all over the world ever since. The stunning 100-acre woodland campus sits on the edge of Belfast and the original redbrick Victorian building remains a striking centerpiece of the College today. Home to over 1200 boys aged 3-18, the College has added state of the art facilities throughout its existence but the ethos remains true to the intentions of its founder. Respect, service, and leadership.
With a Junior School, Senior School and a thriving international Boarding department the College represents one of the leading Boarding and Day Schools on the Island of Ireland.