St Columbanus’ College is a well established and successful 11-19, all-ability, co-educational, Catholic College, which serves Bangor, Groomsport, Donaghadee, Holywood, Newtownards and Comber.
We are proud that our school attracts people of all religious denominations and is a community where diverse beliefs and cultures fuse together to form a vibrant college where the academic, pastoral and spiritual growth of our students are valued equally. We are pleased that our College is a place where we can make a positive contribution to the spiritual development of each student.
Each year the St. Vincent De Paul Youth Group in St. Columbanus’ along with all of the College’s form classes work very hard arranging the Christmas Hamper appeal to help those in need in the local community in the run up to Christmas. Pictured are Beth Spence, Ashleigh Powell and Amy McGarrity
On Thursday 5th December between 10 o clock and 12 o clock St Columbanus’ College will host a GAA funday. The following Schools will be in attendance. St Patrick’s Holywood, St Finian’s Newtownards, St Mary’s Kircubbin. Pupils will be involved in a variety of activities including Hurling and Gaelic Football.
St Columbanus’ College PTA Christmas Fair Thursday 21st November 6-9pm Fun for all the family! Only £1 entry fee. Please contact Miss McGreevy for further information.
Angus Bromley won a silver medal at the Irish Open Diving Championships at the weekend. Oliver Havlin came 3rd in his age group.
Courtney Stanex and Sophie Cree travelled to London to compete in the Sea Cadets National Regatta. They were hopeful that their hard work and training would pay off in the Marathon Double Kayak. Below is a brief account of their great achievement and one of which we in the College