Welcome to St Columbanus’ College.

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Our School

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.

 

Why Choose Us?

Want to know more about who we are? Here’s why St Columbanus’ College might be right for you.

Our Vision

Learn why we were awarded Belfast Telegraph’s “Best School” in their Making the Difference 2012 awards.


Latest News

SCHOLA CANTORUM

SCHOLA CANTORUM
  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.  

CEA Celebrating Achievement Award

CEA Celebrating Achievement Award
  On Wednesday 2nd April 2014, 3 of our students taking Occupational Studies were recipients at the CEA Celebrating Achievement Award Ceremony. Daniela Putnina, who attends SERC at Bangor, said “I really enjoyed the day, it was a great experience.” Her award was for Business and Services in which she

St.Columbanus’ College Fundraising for Trocaire

St.Columbanus’ College Fundraising for Trocaire
TRIP FOR TRÓCAIRE Worldwide, 783 million people do not have access to clean, safe water. This year’s Trócaire Lent Campaign is about the global water crisis. Drier climates across sub-Saharan Africa are leaving communities struggling without enough water for drinking, sanitation and growing food. Enestina (9) is the girl on

Easter Concert at St. Columbanus’ College on Tuesday 15th April, 2014.

Easter Concert at St. Columbanus’ College on Tuesday 15th April, 2014.
This year’s concert will not only showcase our students’ musical talents, including the college choir, traditional group and students who take instrumental tuition or GCSE music, but aims to raise money for Rosie Jamison (Year 13) and her mission this August to Uganda with ‘Fields Of Life’. It will also

Tis the season to give

Tis the season to give
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