Key Workers - Information for Parents
Key Workers seeking Easter supervision should make contact by 11am on Thursday 9th April. Key Workers - please see Information for Parents - Letters/ Correspondence...
Minister for Education call for volunteers
Please see letter from Education Minister Peter Weir....
Redmond O’Hanlon wins prestigious Engineering award
The entire College Community is delighted to hear that Redmond O’Hanlon (currently S4) has won a major Engineering award. Well done to him and his mentor Mr Robert Barton, Head of...
Macrory Cup Final 2020: Clubs recognised for their contribution
The MacRory Cup Final Panel 2020 from Violet Hill took time to thank clubs for their contribution to the development of players throughout their formative years. Míle...
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.