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.
The UK Maths Challenge is a UK wide competition which was held in April 2014. Maths Challenges are lively, intriguing multiple choice question papers, which are designed to stimulate interest in maths in large numbers of pupils. The top 40% of students nationally receive a gold, silver or bronze certificate
Congratulations to everyone involved in Sports Day. It was a fantastic day in all. Congratulations to all of the winners. Year 8 Girls Top Performer – Jamie-Lee Barbour Year 8 Boys Top Performer – Jack Haggan Year 9 Girls Top Performer – Saskia Mulder Year 9 Boys Top Performer
The Year 8 pupils of St Columbanus’ College visited Carrickfergus Castle on Monday 9th June and Tuesday 10th June. On arrival the pupils were split into two teams by the Castle guide before going on a quest around the Castle grounds. Pupils were expected to answer questions relating to their
Josh Emsley and Dessie Havlin are the poster children for The Lyric Theatre’s production of, How Many Miles to Babylon? Gracing billboards and booklets all over the Province, Josh and Dessie took their 10K form class to see this First World War play in Belfast on Thursday 22 May
Congratulations to Harry McGarrity and Dessie Havlin (Year 10) who have both recently been selected to join Schola Cantorum in St Peters Diocesan Cathedral in Belfast. The boys will travel to Paris this summer with the Choir to sing in Notre Dame Cathedral.