Impressive medal haul at Ulster Schools' Track and Field
Gold for Miceal Mccaul, Gold for Jack O'Farrell, Gold for David Corkey, Gold for the 4 x 400 team and a new Ulster Record. Silver for Eoghan Byrne, Bronze for Conor O'Carroll. It...
Well done Robert at All Ireland Rowing Regatta
Pictured is Mr McKinney wishing S4 pupil Robert Morrow all the best before Sunday's All Ireland Schools' Rowing regatta in Limerick. Robert came 2nd in the Men's...
Excellent Performances at the Down Schools Track and Field Championships
Excellent Performances by St Colman's athletes at the Down Schools Track and Field Championships. A small but talented team from St Colman's contested the Down Schools Track and...
Brass Ensemble wins WJ Grant Memorial cup
Congratulations to Conor Mathers, James Poucher (trumpet), Frank McMullan & Dean McCullough (trombone) on winning Class 70: Brass Ensemble (18 yrs & under) and The WJ Grant Memorial...
St. Colman’s College in Newry
St.Colman’s College was founded by Fr. J.S. Keenan in William Street, Newry in 1823 as the Dromore Diocesan Seminary. The Education Commissioners’ Enquiry of 1824 recorded an enrolment of some 40 students. Known throughout Ireland as Violet Hill, the College has occupied its magnificent rural setting since 1829.